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Re: “Goodloe-Johnson's Parting Words

Um... Dr. Goodloe-Johnson did the best she could. She cared. She tried to make changes. She's done more than any other superintendent this city has had. Attempted to do more than any other superintendent this city has had. I'm almost positiv e neither of you could do any better. So until you can clearly say what would - beyond a shadow of a doubt - make Charleston schools better, get off your high horse. Furthermore, Goodloe-Johnson is right. This city and this state has been stuck in the much of racism for centuries. Since its beginning, in fact. (That's clear, isn't it? Please don't embarass yourself by refuting that.) The education system is a clear consequence of such pervasive inequality. Until people get interested in adequately educating every student, nothing will change. There's a mind set - on the part of blacks and whites - that has to change. Blacks, shed your complacent attitudes. Whites, shed your southern romanticism.

Posted by Halcyon on June 22, 2007 at 1:32 PM
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