Where did I say Democrats cut funding?
Of course, education is funded by property taxes and poorer neighborhoods pay less in property taxes. Voters must approve rates for taxes and school budgets.
This is a perfect example of Liberal Supremacy. I got to experience this first-hand in a region that had a strong majority Democrat population.
Liberal Supremacists use their political clout and affluence to keep the monies they paid in property taxes to fund the schools in their neighborhoods, leaving minority children from poor neighborhoods to fend for themselves. The benevolent liberal supremacist directs the money and resource flow to areas of their political interest, and it usually isn’t toward minority communities.
Why can’t the liberal supremacist divide school tax revenues in ways that benefit all of a district’s schools? I don’t see STEM or Vo-Tech educational opportunities pushed in lower-income minority neighborhoods. The school system will bus minority children to other locations that provide better (MAGNET program) opportunities.
And please, don’t get me started on IB, Honors, and MAGNET programs at predominantly minority schools that sequester primarily white/asian children in classrooms from the rest of the school population (in order to reduce segregation). These bright children have access to field trips, computers, software, and mentor-teachers that work one-on-one with the students so they can earn their IB/Honors diploma while the average minority student gets a typical classroom that may or may not have the supplies they need.
This was something that Dems in the south were wonderful at promoting. Republicans are about school choice while liberal supremacists make sure poor children, often minority, are stuck with crappy schools.