Skip to comments.Meritocracy is a ‘tool of whiteness,’ claims math professor
Posted on 01/08/2018 8:35:18 AM PST by C19fan
A math education professor at Brooklyn College contends in a recent academic article that meritocracy in math classes is a tool of whiteness.
Laurie Rubel implicates both meritocracy and color-blindness as ideological precepts that hold back racial minorities from succeeding in math classes in an article for the peer-reviewed Journal of Mathematics Education.
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Sounds like a bunch of intellectual bla-bla for “don’t make me try to teach math to black kids.”
Well, then fire him and give his job to a homeless minority.
Hell have to be happy that his assertion is being taken seriously and being acted on!
These people that make things up out of thin air, why do they still have jobs in the academic community?
When you or a loved one get sick and needs surgery, we shall make sure to get you to an affirmative action surgeon...............
Well, 2 + 2 does equal 5, for very large values of 2...
It amazes me that "professors" can constantly preach that non-whites are incompetent.
This FAKE math professor (really an “education” “professor”) is a real loser and cuck. I bet her degree is FAKE.
Tell that to the Asians, who kick everybody's a$$3$ in math.
The reality of what she is saying, is that some races aren't as smart or motivated as others and need to be coddled.
Acceptable answer if you are white too at some schools, common core math.
Would you fly in a plane that was designed by someone who flunked engineering in college?
You say that like it’s a bad thing - which it isn’t Laurie.
A professor too stupid to understand just how racist her beliefs are.
Math is considered to be sort of a universal language. Basic principles would be the same across the universe.
Now we’re supposed to think there are neighborhoods in our own nation, where math is different.
The intellectual decay in this nation is astounding.
The culture in the movie Ideocracy is supposed to exist in 500 years from now, I believe. Someone can correct me on that if need be.
The point is, it’s beginning to look like it could take place in ten to twenty years universally across our nation, and in pockets of it right now.
Would Laz hit it?
Back in the 70s and 80s, Brooklyn College was regarded as a pretty good school. I walked through the campus in about 10 years ago (after the open enrollment types got hold of it) and it looked like a war zone.
I supposed she would be a New York red diaper baby. I was almost right. You don’t teach at Brooklyn unless you are a Marxist.
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