- Nov 28, 2011
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The only thing that would be disturbing about the stats, is if they could prove that the class or courses were being stocked by educators who are white supremacists, and who were setting it up that way."A district analysis of the program found that more than 70 percent of students enrolled in the program were white and Asian, even though nearly 80 percent of all Boston public school students are Hispanic and Black.
School Committee member Lorna Rivera said at a January meeting that she was disturbed by the findings, noting that nearly 60 percent of fourth graders in the program at the Ohrenberger school in West Roxbury are white even though most third graders enrolled at the school are Black and Hispanic.
"This is just not acceptable," Rivera said at a recent school committee meeting. "I've never heard these statistics before, and I'm very very disturbed by them."
She was disturbed that Whites and the new slanty eyed Whites excel while DeShawn and Miguel are retarded
Its what plants crave
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I would bet money that this isn't the case, but haters gotta hate right ? If these idiots are just looking at skin colors instead of scores, then they need to be fired for racism being used to determine outcomes based on skin colors.
If they are targeting advanced classes like this, then is it their goal to try to slow down the intellectual talent of individuals based upon their skin color or race ? If so, is this supposed to give the lesser of the intellectuals or less priveledged (for what ever reasoning they are in this way), an equal start once get out into the world ????? You know a participation trophy, and then affirmative action programs to back that up. I don't believe for one minute that everyone can't learn the same things in life if they apply themselves, and condition their own minds to do so. We can't slow everything down or wait on those who aren't applying themselves for whatever reason's or don't have the right home life in which helps them to apply themselves.
If anything there should be classes that help children who are troubled, and are having problems, but not programs that hold others back because of the others that might be struggling.
If this is what is going on, then Houston we have a major problem developing fast in this nation. Reverse discrimination seems to be picking up steam these days.