Saturday, July 28, 2012

Race-based School Discipline

This, ladies and gentlemen, is what we get from a so-called post-racial president--the same old race-based crap we always get from the left:
President Barack Obama is backing a controversial campaign by progressives to regulate schools’ disciplinary actions so that members of major racial and ethnic groups are penalized at equal rates, regardless of individuals’ behavior.

His July 26 executive order established a government panel to promote “a positive school climate that does not rely on methods that result in disparate use of disciplinary tools.”
I guess I need to point out yet again that it's culture that causes these problems, not racism.

Update:  But wait, the president has more:
Locked in a tough re-election battle with Mitt Romney, President Barack Obama aimed to energize his core supporters – African American voters – by delivering a rousing speech and unveiling a new executive order at the Urban League’s annual convention in New Orleans Wednesday night...

An administration official tells NBC News the order will create a new White House Initiative on Educational Excellence for African-Americans that will “work across Federal agencies and with partners and communities nationwide to produce a more effective continuum of education programs for African American students.”

The official added that the initiative would be housed in the Education Department, which will work with the Executive Office and other Cabinet agencies to identify practices that will improve African Americans’ achievement in schools and colleges. The administration official did not yet know how much funding the program would receive but said more information would be released Thursday when the president signs the executive order...

When asked if this latest executive order is timed to mobilize African American voters ahead of the election, one White House official said it is “one more step along a path that the president has been walking.” The official cited the fact that the president enacted the Race to the Top initiative and new flexibility on No Child Left Behind, actions aimed at improving educational opportunities for all students including minorities, according to the Official.


Mike43 said...

No problem for me. My school is 90% black, therefore, our discipline stats will be fine.

But if I were assigned to a school that was 30-30-30-10, I would worry; big time.

KauaiMark said...

This must be a joke. Even BO can't be this dumb.

What next, the "equalization" of grade points? Everyone get a "C"?

This can't be real. It must be a punk'd joke of some kind.

Anonymous said...

I guess the 40 or so generally well-behaved white kids at my school are going to have to serve a whole lot of detentions and suspensions to get to the same rate of punishment as the 60 or so black kids at our school -- or even to the somewhat lower rate of punishment that the 1800 Hispanic kids get.

Anonymous said...

Wow, you know I'm not sure if it's racism or stupidity that makes you believe this crap. The fact that you're teaching our future makes me worry.

Darren said...

Whom are you addressing, and what "crap" do you find unbelievable? Clarity is "clearly" not your strong suit, anonymous.