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On June 22nd I blogged on why Georgia’s Black Families Replace Schools With Tutors. The short answer to this question was: “While most states prohibit homeschooling parents from tutoring anybody except their own children, Georgia has no such restriction.” Remember?
Georgia’s black families now gravitate to tutoring and homeschooling. This fact is surprising because in the 1960, they fought a hard battle to gain access to the public school system. Today, this hard-won victory appears to be in vain as … Continue reading