Martin Luther King Jr. on ghetto schools
At the heart of the northern educational problem is the ghetto school, which with each passing day casts more children upon the human slag-heap, leading to increased frustration, and thereby increasing more impediments to any solution. This is a continuous on-going process. It is so complex that many run from it because the enormity of it overwhelms them. But let us perhaps see it as a gigantic forest fire whose flames destroy at the center and spread at the periphery. The tendency is to flee from forest fire, but one knows that such flight will not halt the spread of disaster and destruction.
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