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[–] WeekendBaker 1 point 12 points (+13|-1) ago 

What's wrong with concentrating poverty? Low income schools in low income areas should get less funding. Conversely, high income areas should receive more. I wouldn't expect, say, Austin to pay out the nose for El Paso to pay nothing and both receive the same level of education. Having good school districts is a tool cities can use to improve local citizens.


[–] geraldo 0 points 3 points (+3|-0) ago 

Nope, concentrating poverty equals normalization of problems caused by being poor. Look at neighborhood with section 8 or state-funded housing(not intended for gov workforce/military personnel). You could literally point out hikes on crime rate caused by concentration of poverty, on global proportion.

They might take additional funding for afterschool program or hire CO-like trained teacher/cafetaria worker to maintain rules, but no cuts on predominantly high income school.


[–] neveragainfatty 3 points -1 points (+2|-3) ago 

Niggers not poverty.

GTFO Kikelover


[–] BigDaddy69 2 points 2 points (+4|-2) ago 

What's wrong with concentrating poverty?

Cyclical poverty basically establishes a permanent underclass of welfare dependent and/or criminal democrats, and it functionally denies poor children access to a quality public education, which then denies society access to their potential in the workforce.


[–] neveragainfatty 0 points 7 points (+7|-0) ago 

It's not poverty that's the problem. It's niggers.

The poorest all white areas have less crime than rich nigger areas. This applies worldwide.


[–] MightyYetGentle1488 3 points 1 point (+4|-3) ago 

ignore him he is a homosexual SJW trolling the site