I would hold the view that a notion of social justice should include components of distribution, principles of curriculum justice, and should also draw attention to non-material components of equity, such as empowerment. Consistent with all three and guiding all three should be a focus on the least advantaged.
—Andrew Sturman, Social Justice in Education (1997)
But doesn't someone have to produce in order to fund massive redistribution, collectivist curriculum, and Marxian equity?
The seeds of neo-Marxism have taken root in all government schools in America. Shocked? You shouldn't be. To expect unionized government employees to furrow a fertile ground for liberty and a free market would be to expect a yoked Chimera to pull the plow.
Note: The tax producers will become slaves of the tax consumers.