Series III is an insightful and engaging documentary into the challenges faced in the US educational system.
For adolescents to be treated as a "Meat market" is in reality grotesquely unfair to a set of young people who are even adults yet.
A system that produces failure for the majority of the students cannot be considered a successful functioning educational system.
I agree with a previous reviewer that the real star is Miss Latonya Pinkard. Her heart and soul are visible for all to see in her care for these children. Remember: these people are not adults. It is an astounding and damning reflection on the system that spews out rejected youths as failures to then try to face adult life.
This is a wonderful piece of work reflecting humanity in all its forms.
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