The debate "All the problems in the USA can be traced back to a faulty educational system" was started by
August 23, 2016, 5:16 pm.
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jack_tim_45, Gaurangi, nellie11iah and 4 visitors agree.
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Alot of whites were not educated too and they were still better off than most African-Americans. That is one thing we have to take in and that African-Americans were always kept segregated and always maintained a level of poverty. Where there is poverty, there is crime.
While I agree with your argument that a lot of the problems are caused by the poor upbringing of children by minorities and some whites, doesn't it all go back to the fact that the minorities were not educated at all early in American history and the reason they didn't raise their children to appreciate it was because they were never introduced to it themselves?
We have a pretty good educational system believe it or not. Crime and unemployment is prevelant in minority communities because of an ideology that spring due to a faulty family structure, not because of what is in the text books or how they teach in schools. Not to mention, the peak of America was whem we did not have a mandatory schooling system. Our problems have roots, which are usually not a bad education system.