A St. Paul teacher who believes the government's forced "racial equality" policy is insane, objects.
The problem arose when the government determined to decrease black school suspensions by mandating schools enact a policy of disciplinary racial equality.
The insane policy created a culture of chaos in St. Paul, Minnesota schools as black students were granted an effective license of impunity.
St. Paul teacher Aaron Benner argued “that the district’s push to reduce suspensions too often fails to hold black children accountable for classroom disruptions,” according to Better-Ed.org.
He informed the area's school board in May of last year, “Refusing to work is not black culture… Assaulting your teacher is not black culture.”
According to the Star-Tribune Benner's breath of sanity has prompted four investigations in six months. That's never happened in his 20-year teaching career.
The irony is that Brenner, a stellar teacher, is being punished for doing the right thing while misbehaving students are allowed to create chaos in the city's schools with impunity.
The illogic behind the notion is a concept called 'disparate impact.' The theory is that black students who are disciplined today can expect decreased opportunities to excel in the future. The outcome, the theory goes, is they will earn less than well-behaved counterparts when they enter the workforce.
When superimposed on culture as a whole, disparate impact requires that black criminals go unpunished. To reach that end the media busies itself demonizing police officers who contend with black criminals, causing officers to fear reprisals if they arrest black thugs. The end game will be fewer blacks incarcerated and a false positive that will reflect an apparent decrease in black crime.
In reality the doctrine of disparate impact and the implementation of the policy of racial equality in the distribution of suspensions and punishments will not decrease black crime. Rather, as seen in St. Paul schools, black crime will increase.
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