Harvard, Solzhenitsyn and a Christian Take on Urban Education
Now, in “modern history” we have thrown off God (Time Magazine April 8, 1966 “Is God Dead”) but have quite conveniently kept the notion of individual rights. Yet we have twisted these “rights” to mean that one may do whatever one wishes. Rarely in this culture that screams for the right to do and say and be anything does anyone still clamor for the right to do and serve and love and help others.
And there is no greater unmet “right” today than the right for every child in America to sit before a great teacher within a great school.