Here’s an example of one episode, where Curran interviews Nakisha Hobbs, principal of the Village Leadership Academy , a k-8 social justice school in Chicago.
— Jack Butler is a writer living in Washington, . His work has also appeared in the Washington Free Beacon , The Federalist , and Acculturated , among other outlets.
False Compassion is Everywhere
This false compassion is not limited to urban systems. It is affecting the suburban world too: the trophy-for-everyone, the best team kicked out of competition to give other teams a chance, the end of honors classes, remedial classes, and vocational classes. The top students in suburbia learn that hard work does not pay. Struggling students do not receive the help they desperately need lest they feel left out of “regular” classes. This is not compassion, but self-serving indifference disguised as compassion.