Savage Inequalities: Children in America's Schools Topics for Discussion

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How could you discover if the unfair conditions reported by Kozol in the 1990s exist in schools across the country today?

Does Kozol present a balanced view of public school separation? Why or why not?

Do you believe racism will ever end? How might changes be made?

If you could wave a magic wand and change reality instantly, what would you fix first in the public schools that are suffering? What would you change next?

What was Kozol's reason for quoting children instead of only talking to adults and authorities?

Have you ever attended a school or event where everyone was of a different race? How did this make you feel?

Do you agree with Kozol's idea that equal federal funding might change educational realities for a lot of people?

Which child or situation (if any) touched your heart most?

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