Skip to comments.Colorado School Restricts Tutoring Assistance
Posted on 02/18/2013 10:06:48 AM PST by John Semmens
A Colorado elementary school has restricted its after-school tutoring program to exclude whites from participating. Andre Pearson, principal of Mission Viejo Elementary in Aurora, Colorado explained that only students of color are eligible for the program. Too few white students are failing for us to justify including them in the program.
Pearson said he rejected race-neutral criteria based on performance because that wouldnt provide the maximum leverage for equalizing outcomes between whites and minorities. By focusing our efforts on bringing up the performance of our minority students through tutoring while allowing that of whites to continue to drift downward we will be squeezing out the inequalities from both ends.
After receiving complaints from a few parents of white children, Pearson agreed to allow failing white students into the program if there are any spots left after every minority child has been accommodated.
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While this is satire.....
I know of teachers who quit documenting when they have to punish misbehaving students because too many were “children of color”, the school district tracks the punished children’s race, and charges of racism were imminent.
Satire my arse, where are you from. Here in Texas it has been that way for quite a while. We have to make all things equal or better for the illegals, there isn’t any punishment anymore the administration won’t allow such evil.
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