Who’s to blame for the violence problem in the School District of Philadelphia. Everyone and no one, depending on who you ask, but there’s certainly a lot of finger-pointing going on.
As the Inquirer continues its investigation into school violence, it’s clear there’s been some side-taking on the prevention and accountability fronts.
A commentary by Len Rieser for the Notebook looks at the attitudes of those talking about the violence. Rieser suggests the blaming and the we-can’t-work-together ‘tude isn’t helping the situation.
Sound familiar, Philadelphia?
It’s been argued every which way about who’s to blame for the violence and for the $600 million budget gap in the district. But what if a contributing factor is the Philadelphia-ness of the district?
Feed the Feed: Is the down-on-our luck Philly attitude affecting progress in the school district?