Trigger Warning: Racism, Leftist Idiocy, SJW Run Amok
Minneapolis Public Schools are implementing a new policy aimed at eliminating the gap between the races when it comes to suspensions. Nothing will change for white students, they will still be suspended at the discretion of each school’s principal. But for minority students, specifically black, Hispanic and Native American students, the Minneapolis Schools Superintendent’s office will personally review each case.
This new policy is part of an agreement with U.S. Department of Education’s Office of Civil Rights announced last week after an investigation into why minority students made up such a high percentage suspended students in the past.
And are there quotas, you might ask? You bet your sweet donkey there are quotas.
Minneapolis Public Schools (MPS) Superintendent Bernadeia Johnson announced today her intent to eliminate the nonviolent suspension gap by 2018. To achieve this, MPS must aggressively reduce the disproportionality between black and brown students and their white peers every year for the next four years. This will begin with a 25 percent reduction in disproportionality by the end of this school year; 50 percent by 2016; 75 percent by 2017; and 100 percent by 2018.
The objective is to make it so much hassle to discipline minority children that teachers won’t go through the trouble; while encouraging the suspension of white kids to erase the “suspension gap.” So, basically, little Trayvon Malik Shabazz and little Jorge Gonzales can now get away with behavior that little Billy White would be suspended for.
What could possibly go wrong?