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“Right to work”. Also there is a really fantastic book out there about the decline of social mobility in the US that I would highly recommend.
I highly suggest the book Our Kids by Putnam. In it he finds that the income level of the parents is the most important indicator in a child's social mobility with the quality of the school rarely making any significant change. One of the few changes a school can do to help a child's chance of economic success is after school programs, which are increasingly rarer as you move down the scale of school funding.
So if I see a school in America, which is funded by local taxes, in a poor neighborhood, yeah, I'm gonna bet they don't have a chess club.