The case of an Ohio mother who served a ten day jail term has sparked an intense debate about education, and race and fairness. Williams-Bolar was convicted of falsifying records, so that her two daughters could attend classes in a better-performing school district in suburban Akron. Authorities say her actions amount to theft. Host Michel Martin speaks with Williams-Bolar and her lawyer David Singleton about the case and its implications.
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