New York Post
By Derrell Bradford
“The situation with public schools in America is nothing short of a moral crisis, particularly where low-income children of color are concerned. In New York, more than a quarter of a million students are trapped in persistently failing schools.
This says nothing of the consistently middling performance of all students, as the results on the National Assessment of Educational Progress — a k a “the nation’s report card” — have shown for decades. Persistent mediocrity is also a crisis.”