Skip to comments.college professor is suspended after refusing request for lenient marking of black students
Posted on 06/10/2020 1:39:01 PM PDT by MNDude
Gordon Klein, professor of accounting, has been suspended for three weeks
Non-black students emailed asking for leniency in marking black peers' work
Klein replied that he had no idea who was black given the course was online
He asked how he should grade people of multiple ethnicities
Klein noted MLK's fight for people to not be evaluated based on skin color
UCLA's Anderson School of Business described his email as 'disturbing'
A petition to see Klein removed now has almost 20,000 signatures
Academics have defended Klein for 'treating students on the basis of equality'
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How much more ridiculous is this BS going to get????
Think Cambodia in the 1970s. If we let it, anyway.
Equality my lily white arse. Too many want special treatment. Just like the homos, trannies, and muzzies.
Close your eyes and let your mind run wild; now you got it. We’re just in the beginning phase.
Although I do remember graduating Penn State in 72 and final semester was after Kent State. Campus demonstrations and all. Anyone was allowed to finish any course with a Pass-Fail, you choose. Only way I got through German 4.
You have to give up your seat for a black person on metro/bus
You have to give up your restaurant table to a black family
You have to allow blacks to cut in front of you in line
Stores will have special sales/pricing just for blacks
I had interviewed a black female electrical engineering candidate who graduated sigma cum laude from FAMU. After the most unsuccessful interview ever I asked her if she recognized V=IR, an equation she would have used hundreds of times. She’d gotten an A in circuits. She didn’t even know what the letters stood for. The adjunct who had taught her worked at the same employer so I went to see him. He remembered her. Yes, she was dumb as a brick. I asked why he gave her an A and he said, “If I get a bad student review I am out of the job. Simple as that. However, the FSU students in the same class get graded for real.”
At another company I discovered I had numerous FAMU (Historically black college) electrical engineering graduates working on the production line. I interviewed every one to see if I could hire them. Zero hits. Not only were they unprepared for real work, but they were resentful they had a degree and were being “discriminated against.”
The school is not doing these people any favors.
Everything they want, WHEN they want it, it has to be free, and the very best of everything for all eternity. They dont want to have to eork for or earn anything, ever!
I am SO sick of this crap from these poor “opressed” darlings/S
In other words, white students are saying blacks can’t make the grade.
An online line class so he’d have to go back to their admissions form to find out who’s black. What a crock.
Wish the prof would do it and then grade on the bell curve. That would teach those liberals a thing or two.
Ah, the soft bigotry of lowered expectations.
I’d be embarrassed to be a member of a group that openly admits its inferiority and lack of intelligence.
Im not even an engineer, and I know Ohms law.
I had a couple of supervisors like that. Constantly had to explain to them simple everyday words and terms. One went two weeks not understanding “cistern” wasn’t “sister” and another always pronounced “perpetrator” as “pepper traitor”, sigh. Their reports were in Ebonics and the secretary refused to tidy up their grammar.
you’re joking, right?
I will keep saying it. They do not want equality, they want special treatment, they want rewards for minimal to no effort and they do not want to be held accountable.
Its called affirmative action.
Punished severely for doing the right thing. Thats where the country is now. Im looking for possible ways this situation can improve and Im not finding any.
-Michael Gerson, former speechwriter for George W. Bush
I’ve seen blacks get passing grades for courses they never did any work in.
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