One thing that keeps minorities down is the fact that the schools in the poor areas are always poorly managed, poorly taught, and under funded. Our educational system favors the rich, the middle class, and the suburbs.
But with school choice, we can change all of that. Poor kids will have the opportunity to go to a better school. Or using vouchers, the poor parents will be able to afford to send their child to a good private school. It is a win-win for poor inner-city children.
But one Teachers Union calls it a pro-KKK agenda.
The Louisiana Federation of Teachers accused the Louisiana Black Alliance for Educational Options (BAEO) of advancing a “pro-KKK agenda,” in the words of one tweet sent from the union’s official Twitter account. Another claimed that the group “endorses teaching that the KKK is good.”
The BAEO works to “increase access to high-quality educational options for Black children by actively supporting parental choice policies and programs that empower low-income and working-class Black families,” according to its website.