Objects & Places from Savage Inequalities: Children in America's Schools

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Camden, New Jersey - Located just across the Delaware River from Philadelphia, this city fell into disrepair when GE, RCA Victor, and Campbell's moved out of the area.

Chicago - A huge, powerful city in Illinois with a mix of ultra-exclusive suburbs, housing projects, and slums and whose educational system suffers from a lack of teachers.

East St. Louis - A factory town across the river from the more glamorous and prosperous city with a similar name.

New York, NY - A place that has 32 school districts and whose ghetto area schools are so packed with Latino, black, and Asian students that the board of education cannot make an accurate count of all the drop-outs and where teachers hope that half the students will leave so that they will have more space in classroom.

Sauget - A town legally created by one factory so that it can...

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