When Arne Duncan proclaimed that he had a Rosa Parks moment as he watched the corporate welfare school informercial, "Waiting for Superman," it was clear that the civil rights movement that began in the 1950s with Brown v Board was on its death bed, and that Arne and corporate foundations were standing by with the pillow.
Duncan's own office just released a new study that documents the grisly reality that Obama/Gates policies embellish each year:
As long as we are willing to listen the nitwits like Daly who claim that separate schools are not inherently unequal because they have the test scores to prove it, and that it is the fault of elected school boards that impoverished schools don't have good teachers, then that is how long we will continue the barbarous crusade to replace urban schools with corporate chain gangs inspired by eugenicists, David Levin and Angela Duckworth--who are hellbent on cognitively rewiring children to make them compliant little happy robots, regardless of the sociological truth.
Looking back a hundred years, it is easy to see the human rights violations of the Eugenics Era that began in England and the U. S. and culminated in Hitler's Germany. It is time to call the egregious and unrepentant abuse of children that is happening right before our eyes in the total compliance apartheid testing camps what it really is: human rights violations.
The human rights restoration of children in schools will be found in American courts or, if not there, then in the world courts. Human rights has become the civil rights issue of our generation. It is time to start acting on this realization.