By Kid Reporter ROSE MARSH, age 11
Schools in rich neighborhoods provide higher quality education than those in poor neighborhoods. According to a U.S. Department of Education study released in November 2011, more than 40 percent of schools in poor areas don’t get their fair share of public funding. The study showed big gaps between teacher salaries in poor areas and those in rich areas.
3 thoughts on “Better Schools for the Rich”
That is not fair!They’re both schools and that’s that.It should be other way around!:(
I think tat is not fare because some poor people need more education better than the rich people because they have more money than the poor?
ThaT iS NOT FAIR !!!!!!!!!!!!!