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cajunjoe 77M
365 posts
5/4/2021 11:55 am
THIS SHOULD OUTRAGE ALL BLACKS CLAIMING RACE HAMPERED THEM


BUT IT WILL NOT!

A SEGMENT OF THE BLACK POPULATION CANT ACHIEVE ON A LEVEL PLAYING FIELD.

SO TEHY HAVE TO ELEMINATE ANY ONE THEY CAN BLAME AS THE CUASE. ONCE IT WAS WHITES, NOW THSI PROVES THEY R GOING AFTER ASIAN AMERICANS.

FOR A SHOCKING STAT. CHECK OUT THE REQUIRED COURSES IN JAPAN, CHINA AN OTEHR ASICAN COUNTRIES. THEY REQUIRE COLLEGE LEVEL COURSE IN HS THERE.

HERE HS EXCELL IN COURSES SIMILAR TO UNDERWATER BASKET WEAVNG.

CHECK OUT GPA OF BLACK HS HERE IN MOBILE. OUT OF 8 7 WAS FAILING

HIGHEST GPA WAS 2.5.

TO THE LIBERALS AND RACE HUSTLERS HERE. THIS IS NOT FROM ME.

THIS IS FROM NYC.

READ CAREFULLY.

THEN U SHOULD SEE WHY ASIANS ARE TOLD U DONT BELONG HERE.

ASIANS ARE A THREAT TO THE BLACKS THAT NEED TO BLAME.

OH YES. IFU NOT LIEK WHAT IPOST HERE. TOO BAD

I POST EM AS I SEE EM.

THERE IS A HEREIN

I DOUBT MANY WILL SEE OR GET IT.!!!!!!

Anti-Asian violence in New York right now is more than random street-corner sucker punches and terrifying subway shoves. It’s also the deliberate disassembly of meritocratic public education under the guise of ethnic equity — a dagger to the heart of the fastest-growing and arguably most dynamic immigrant group in the city.

Not to diminish the thuggery, the most serious threat to Asian American New Yorkers is the Department of Education’s ill-disguised effort to eliminate merit test-based admission to the city’s eight highly selective high schools. The process is dominated by Asian to the virtual exclusion of Black and Hispanic students.

The new numbers came out last week, and they are beyond harsh: Asians won 54 percent of this year’s freshman class seats; whites, 28 percent; Hispanics, 5 percent, and African Americans, 4 percent.

Whereupon Schools Chancellor Meisha Ross Porter demanded an end to test-based admissions — because "It’s far past time for our students to be fairly represented."

Weird. By her own words, Porter doesn’t consider Asian — apparently all 5,000 of them — to be among "our students." And to her, "fair representation" means quotas. How else to interpret what she said?

But only rarely is the official agenda so clearly — if perhaps inadvertently — stated: Explicitly expelling Asian from the "our students" mix is both breathtaking and a fair measure of how far off the rails public education policy is in New York these days.

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If the pandemic has produced anything positive, it is now beyond argument that teachers as an organized force have no interest in actually teaching; hell, they’re no longer even going through the motions.

Neither is Porter, obviously, nor de Blasio, Cuomo, the state and city education departments, the City Council, the Legislature and the state Board of Regents — the last once being America’s most demanding monitor of quality public schools.

The rationale was simple: A solid basic education was intrinsically a good thing, but transforming the nation’s immigrant legions into an educated workforce would promote prosperity, too.

That worked for decades — but over time, the assumption frayed. Now the game is Porter’s quota culture — and those running it admit to no distinction between pretending to educate and actually doing so.

And they hope nobody notices; so far, nobody has.

Yet those high school admissions numbers are hard to miss — and it’s a safe bet that the city’s Asian Americans are staring at them intently.

Certainly, the city itself is changing. Where things will stand when the pandemic shakes out is anybody’s guess. Plus those 2020 Census Bureau numbers released last month bear close study.

But no one will dispute that immigration once again is radically transforming the five boroughs. To the point, Brooklyn’s Sunset Park and Flushing/Elmhurst in Queens have been transformed by Chinese newcomers — most poor but tirelessly striving and virtually all dedicated to advancement through high-quality, merit-driven education.

Hard work and familial support make for exemplary test scores — so it is no accident that immigrant make up a significant percentage of those Porter and her quota cabal would turn away from the city’s specialized high schools.

And while neighborhoods like Park Slope and the Upper West Side get most of the attention when the elimination of programs for talented is being discussed, don’t think for a minute that extra effort for high-performing outer-borough Asian isn’t on the target list too.

Still, Park Slope and Upper West Side residents often have options not available to impoverished, often illegal immigrants from, say, mainland China’s Fujian Province. The question is how hard they’ll push back against Porter’s blatant discrimination.

It wouldn’t be the first time that a demand for quality public schools created social and political friction in the city — that is to say, generated the sometimes-disruptive energy necessary for positive change.

Porter would do better to concentrate on the reasons underlying Black under-performance — they are many, varied and often heartbreaking — rather than trying to mask those problems with quotas.

They won’t help Black learn, after all, and isn’t that supposed to be the point?

THE ABOVE SENTENCE SAYS IT ALL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

NYC education is now truly off the rails -- expelling Asian Americans from top schools proves it

cajunjoe 77M
299 posts
5/4/2021 12:03 pm

KIDS N YOUNG FOLKS IN HS/COLLEGS SHOULD BE CHALLENGED MENTALLY.

BY THAT I MEAN REQUIRED TO TAKE COURSE THAT R NOT EASY. THEY SHOULD HAV ETO STAY UP LATE STUDING.

THERE SHOULD BE A STANDARD TO GRADUATE. NOT A SOCIAL PROMOTION.

NEED AN EXAMPLE OF FAILURE IN SCHOOL;S.CHECK OUT INTERVIEWS WITH NFL PLAYERS .

ALL MOST INCOHERENT , INTERVIEW LOADED WITH, YOU KNOW, YA KNOW WHAT IM TALKING BOUT

OH YES. MY DAUGHTER GRADUATED WITH A LOADED GPA OF 4.5. MEANING SHE HAD TO TAKE AP COURSE WHICH GAVE HER COLLEGE CREDITS.

BTWW, SHE WAS NOT THE HIHEST. THE TOP GPA WAS 4.9 IN HER SENIOR CLASS.

NOW MY SON. WHOLE DIFFERENT STORY.

HE WAS LAZY AND DIDNT TAKE THE COURSSE HE NEEDED. HE GAVE HIS MOM A SOB STORY THAT IT WAS TOO HARD.

HE STRUGGLED IN COLLEGE.