QOD: Camden survey says students feel neither safe nor educated

From a survey of Camden Public Schools’ community by the Bloustein Center for Survey Research at Rutgers University (courtesy of Philadelphia Inquirer)
Large numbers of children don't feel safe in the hallways of Camden schools, say they lack essential textbooks and technology, and don't believe they are being prepared for college or careers, according to findings of a survey released Monday.
About a third of the students surveyed - around half of them in some schools - expressed a desire to attend a different school.
Teachers polled also expressed dismay at the appearance of their buildings, and a quarter of them said students in their schools do not care about learning.