Like Chile, American neoliberal education policies do not enable people to acquire basic universal rights. The quality of schools in the U.S. varies, and students’ ability to choose amongst these schools creates competition. This competition does not allow socioeconomically disadvantaged students to access the same higher-quality education that middle- and upper-class students can. The government does fail to provide balance to the system causing disadvantaged students to lose their right to an equal education.
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