Wednesday, June 18, 2014

The situation in state schools is much more serious than anyone suspected


One cannot help speculating on the possible causes of the poor performance of white working class children in state schools - reported on the Today programme this morning and also:  http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/education-27886925

Given that the teaching profession has become overtly left-wing in recent decades, and given the left's commitment to the ideology of multiculturalism, is it not reasonable to suspect teachers (either consciously or unconsciously) marking up BME children and marking down white children so that they redress preconceived ideas of disadvantage in wider society, implement positive discrimination to correct that disadvantage and carry out pre-emptive action to enforce average levels of social equality (by reducing the average "unfair" privileged position of white people in society everyone will on average become more equal and will advance much more rapidly to the socialist transcendent state which is the objective of all on the left).

That in short the teaching profession has become institutionally racist.

If that is the case then the situation in state schools is much more serious than anyone suspected.
 

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