‘If Frederick Got Two Beatings Per Day…”…how many beatings did he get inÂ
This is the Age of the Affirmative Action Moonbats:
Doctor titles for all are Â next on the multicultural curriculum, anything else would be ‘racist’.
Reality check: Number of Black Math and Science Grads Declining
According toÂ data from National Center for Education Statistics, the state of Blacks in STEM is dismal.
“Â Given the current federal and state preoccupation with standardized testing in core subjects, it is particularly crucial that educators multiculturalize core curricula such as math, science, reading, and writing. Providing diverse students with examples of diverse contributors to these fields and using culture-specific subject matter when teaching core topics will help them perform better in these highly scrutinized and important domains. Placing ethnically diverse students….blah blah….”
But it might not even be necessary for Â every child to get a doctor title:
EqualÂ Employment OpportunityÂ Commission Warns Employers:
Hussein Obama is a No Class Act
You can put a community organizer from the South Side of Chicago in the Oval Office, but you can’t make him act like a president: Â Moonbattery
It gets better every day:
Jose RicoÂ has been namedÂ the new director of the White House Initiative on Educational Excellence for Hispanics, a key position that could help close the achievement gap between white and minority students.Â But if his history is any indication, his influence may do more harm than good.
Perhaps most troubling is Rico’s connection to unrepentant domestic terrorist Bill Ayers and communist radical Mike Klonsky through the Chicago-based “Small Schools Workshop.”
The “Small Schools Workshop” wasÂ founded by Ayers and Klonsky.Â InÂ Klonsky’s words, Rico “toiled in the vineyards at the Small Schools Workshop” prior to obtaining an administrative position within Chicago Public Schools.Â According to a U.S. Department of EducationÂ biography, Rico worked for the Small Schools Workshop some 6 years.Â KlonskyÂ beamedÂ like a doting father on his website when Rico was appointed to the White House position.
While Rico’s CPSalumni.org bio doesn’t mention Small Schools Workshop,Â it describesÂ his time in Chicago working as a “community organizer.”
Even after leaving Small Schools Workshop, Rico continued to associate with Klonsky.Â In early 2009, heappeared on a panelÂ with Klonsky titled “Prospects for Change in the Obama Years.” And Klonsky’s track record would make any American wonder why he’s been allowed to teach in American public schools.