Conflict theory is a social framework that posits that the society is in constant conflict over the limited resources. The approach criticizes education in several ways. The first criticism is about the inequality of schools in terms of resources and learning conditions. The second criticism is the hidden role of the educational system that ensures that the working classes do not question their low-class position in society. Conflict theorists also argue that the school setting favors the white influence through their IQ tests that are used to sort students. The fourth criticism involves the free and compulsory education, which, according to conflict theorists, it was intended to teach the poor skills to serve in the economy for the interest of the capitalist class. Lastly, the tracking system places students in tracks according to their intellectual level, where ethnicity and social class is a factor. Therefore, according to social theorists, school is a means to maintain the current status quo in society.