I was in Jr High when the forced bussing started in about 1971. So a bunch of black inner-city students were given the opportunity to attend the "better" schools; what did they do with that opportunity? Got rich. All they saw were new opportunities with new targets for stealing, assualting and robbing, and selling drugs. It´s the inner-city, welfare culture and I personally feel it is too ingrained to ever be able to change it.