What if she was transfered to a school district full of kids living in trailors? If they behaved poorly then she wouldn't want to teach there either. Like you said she isn't really racist, she just doesn't want to teach misbehaved kids whether they are white or not. I mentioned this on another post and should have clarified it here that I was referring to higher education.
That's cool how you referenced a case.
I'm so far from the end of my tether right now that I reckon I could knit myself some socks with the slack.
Wow, Miss P. Alright already. You sound like a broken record. I have read the first several pages on this thread and it is all very interesting. I didn't know that I wasn't allowed to deviate from the OP. As far as acknowledging that there is racism in K-12, I don't think I agree with that. I believe that the descrimination has more to do with income. It doesn't matter what race you are, if you are poor. Poor areas are under funded which lead to lower quality K-12 schools. This is a problem for poor whites, hispanics, blacks, etc.
I haven't read the first few pages. Pls explain it to me.
You may be interested in some of the reports on this available at the Harvard Civil Rights Project website. This is a good one to check out, I think, because it contains the most recent nationwide data.
(Miss P) sound(s) like a broken record.
The appropriateness of Perpetua would probably depend on the tone of the writing. When I used it, I (half playfully) thought the extra space made the words sort of resonate.
The problem is the LSAT and stereotype threat, correct? Then why do the beneficiaries of AA do less well when they get into law school? I would think URMs would get annoyed at being used to fill quotas. What was I thinking, unlike myself, y'all have that entrenched sense of entitlement.
Cady on October 16, 2007, 10:41:52 PMi rhink tyi'm inejying my fudgcicle too much
Huey on February 07, 2007, 11:15:32 PMI went to a party in an apartment in a silo once.