Classism: The Unspoken Ism
We have all heard of and discussed racism, sexism, homophobia and many other forms of bigotry, but one thing we have left out of the discussion is the poor. Why are the poor getting poorer while the rich are getting richer? This appears to be a fundamental problem in America today for a number of reasons all of which hinge on the simple question, "If we are the land of opportunity, then why don't the poor get opportunities?" This is a question of education, families, community involvement, job placement, and much more.
To look closer at this problem we notice that the inner city schools are consistently lower standardized test scores than the private or suburban public schools.
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