Data from authorities indicates that thehousing prices of school districts are still on the rise. The problem rises aseducational resources are unevenly distributed. Local government should takemeasures to correct the imbalance. Given the narrow outlook on politicalperformance, some local governments have used available educational resourcesto forge a number of so-called elite schools and left others poorly equipped inhardware or software or both.
If local government keep using a major partof the educational resources on a small group of schools. How can we build aharmonious society?