Day camps for feral humans that masquerade as schools are essential to move the culture in that direction.
Nothing new. That was Newark Central High School in the seventies - located next to Newark College of Engineering.
This was an inner city high school where learning was discouraged. If a pupil dared to really show some ambitionm he would be called “Uncle Tom”, “Oreo Cookie”, “Acting White”, and others not repeatable on this forum. And this was from the teachers. It opened my eyes to the corruption of the welfare state. It was not just the recipients gaming the system, it was the people in charge doing this for the recipients’ “own good”.