Liberals set race based Ed standards: lowest bar for blacks


If you’re black, and you care about your children’s education, read to them. Monitor their tv and online usage. Work towards getting them into whatever private education system you can afford.

Don’t just drop them off at school and head to work. The ONLY person that’s truly cares for their future is YOU.

These new standards are racist and will result in lower achievement for ALL students. Your children’s education is YOUR responsibility!!!

Via Last Resistance:

“New education standards approved this week in Florida set goals for public school student performance based on race and ethnicity — with lower benchmarks for African-American, Native American, and Hispanic students, and higher ones for white and Asian-American students…According to the plan, Pre-K through grade 12 students will be assessed with their racial subgroups in mind ‘to reduce the achievement gap.’ By 2018, 90 percent of Asian students, 88 percent of white students, 81 percent of Hispanic students, 82 percent of Native American students and 74 percent of African-American students are expected to be at-or-above grade level reading standards.”

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  1. upaces88 9 August, 2013 at 16:56 Reply

    During my Undergraduate School @ U.T.SW Medical School in Dallas
    On the last test, there was a black man sitting in front of me (studying to be a doctor as I mentioned above).

    When I was working on my B.S. In Community Counseling at U.T. SW Medical/Dallas, we had two term papers and only two tests. On he final test the first page was multiple choice. It was only worth 30 points.
    The 2nd page was a choice of 3 discussion questions. As I got up from my desk, the black man in front of me had finished his test and let me pass by his desk first…I saw the 2nd page of his test worth “70” points. IT WAS BLANK. IN OTHER WORDS, HE FAILED THE TEST.

    They passed him and he went on from there!

  2. upaces88 9 August, 2013 at 16:58 Reply

    At the age of 55, I was in Graduate School at Texas A&M in the Counseling Program (work at ICU Psychiatric Hospitals, etc.) We had to share some of the MANY classes with teachers who wanted a Masters Degree in order to be School Counselors.

    1) Students who were Teachers were “allowed to cheat” — why? Are they dumb? Can’t they study like the rest of us and pass or fail?

    2) There were only 6 of us in a classroom of Counseling 101. The rest of the class were teachers. The black teachers actually had their books open during the class…or whispered to each other.

    3) In Advanced Psychology, they whined about how hard it was, and again, were allowed to cheat.

    One of them actually spoke up and said, “Can I go with Elaine to the Psychiatric ICU at Parkland/Dallas? It sounds like I could learn sooo much.” I piped in that I thought it was a great idea. She was told “It would be too dangerous.”……..

    I have NO respect for teachers. IF they can cheat in order to get through a Masters Program, how can they possibly expect to teach honesty to the children.

  3. Stephen A. Peterson, Psychology 9 August, 2013 at 18:10 Reply

    As an educator and scientist it is no wonder why young African-Americans and Native Americans become functionally illiterate and non-competitive in the work place. This is an insult to me! I am nearly 2/3 Native American and 1/4 African American. It seems as though I have to fight this every day! I will not give up. You can bet on that! I just have no use for the Obama Administration. Period!

  4. Anita G Flippo Hitchcock 9 August, 2013 at 18:34 Reply

    These “goals” they have set in Florida, those are racist. How about setting the same standards for all, no exceptions. We send children to school to learn, not to just get by…….this is akin to playing games with a different set of rules for all minorities….

  5. Martin Winebrenner 9 August, 2013 at 19:51 Reply

    Concerns as a parent should not be based in race, but I will say this, if educational standards were set lower for whites, my son would not be part of that school system.

  6. J.G.Lord 9 August, 2013 at 20:39 Reply

    Reblogged this on JamesLordsBlog and commented:
    yes indeed this will help HOW? if you want to create a nation of ignorant compliant drones. then this is what you do. when will all you fools who know so much wake up?

  7. Stephanie Snyder Staker 11 August, 2013 at 18:59 Reply

    You know, this is a slap in the face of any minority group – Latino, (or is it Hispanic? I simply can’t keep up with the latest P.C. word!), African-American, Native American etc.! What it says to those groups is “you are just too dumb AS A GROUP so we have to lower the standards for you”. Am I right? Yes, it is critical that parents read to their kids, limit their TV and video game use. I have personally seen what a difference reading makes (or not reading). I have two adult children – each has 2 kids. One adult child started reading to both of the kids immediately upon birth! Crazy? Over the top? I don’t know. However, the kids were read to every night and then when they started reading, they would read to their parents. In 4th grade, the oldest child of that adult child was reading at 9th grade level. Both of these kids are voracious readers and do exceedingly well in school. The other adult child’s kids? Rarely read to unless I did it and both struggled terribly in school. Oldest has graduated but not a good reader – just gets by. The sibling can’t pass a driving test due to poor reading skills. It really makes a difference no matter what nationality or skin color a person is born with. Still, to lower standards for these groups is insulting to the groups. It makes all kinds of assumptions about their intelligence level too. So, an African-American is dumb, it that it? Therefore the school has to lower standards? That is just so wrong on so many levels.

  8. Normarama 26 August, 2013 at 02:19 Reply

    This is just setting up kids for absolute failure.

    I used to teach at an inner city public school that had a majority of Black students. One time I gave a Black student a grade that he did not agree with, so what did he do? He went to the administration and accused me of being a Racist. The administration called me in for a meeting with the student and from the very beginning, they demanded that I raise his grade. I said that I would not do it and sited multiple examples about his lack of performance and failure to complete certain assignments.

    I asked the student if he was 100% Black and if he had any other ethnicity’s in his family lineage. He said no. I explained to him that I was of a mixed race with multiple ethnicity’s, my parents were both from foreign countries and that I was a first generation American. I then informed him that this technically made me more of a minority then he was.

    He said no and that could not be possible and continued to tell me that I was a racist with not one example to back up his claim. Eventually the meeting ended and I refused to alter his grade. This did not set well with the administration, but I would not let them make me fold.

    The same year I had another Black student announce to the entire class that I had previously convicted of a very serious crime and that I was on a specific government list for the rest of my life. I told him that it would be to his best interest to recant what he had accused me of and apologize to me for saying what he did.

    This was throwing gasoline on a fire, he went on to expand his accusations and I called the administration and demanded that he be permanently removed from my class. I wrote a letter to the administration and demanded a meeting. For about an hour, this student stuck by his story and told the administration that he was telling the truth. It was very difficult to keep my cool, this was the type of accusation that can completely destroy a persons life.

    It was only after I threatened to contact my lawyer and file a defamation suit against him is when he realized I was not going to tolerate what he had done. I demanded that he be removed and the administration said no. He received no punishment and he was allowed to walk away unscathed. I am pretty convinced that if it were to have been a White student, he probably would have been disciplined in some fashion.

    About two weeks later, this same student was involved in a high speed chase with the police that involved collisions with multiple vehicles. I do not know how he did it, but he did not miss one day of school, some how he evaded a stay in jail.

    Needless to say, my contract was not renewed for the next year. This is a prime example of enabling due to Political Correctness and Race.

  9. James Montgomery 19 May, 2014 at 00:04 Reply

    Government (Public) education and become a farce ever since the Department of Education was formed. The Feds spend more and more tax dollars with being blackmailed. If the schools do not follow the Feds wishes, they lose their Federal dollars. As the standards are not met the Feds do the only thing they know how to do if something is failing, they through more money at it and lower the standards.

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