Obama Tells Schools Not To Discipline Black Students For Bad Behavior
Obama is widening the race gap, rather than working to make a more race-blind society.
In late July, Obama signed an executive order that lets black students get away with bad behavior. Not only is this discriminatory, it also does more harm than good.
As reported by The Examiner:
In many major cities, black academic performance has actually gotten worse since Obama took office. We have also seen the dramatic nationwide rise of black teen mob violence under the Obama administration.
On July 26th Obama signed an executive order titled the “African American Education Initiative.” The order essentially gives a green light for black students to misbehave in public schools. In two places, Obama’s executive order calls on schools to reduce the number disciplinary actions taken against blacks students. The order specifically calls on schools too “not rely on methods that result in disparate use of disciplinary tools.”
To comply, public schools would have to engage in a racial quota system of discipline. The executive order will create a new Federal bureaucracy to pressure school systems to comply with the president’s demands. The executive order makes no mention of any effort to get black students to improve behavior.
There is a reason why blacks are more likely to be disciplined in school. Black students are more likely to misbehave. The U.S. Department of Justice’s Bureau of Justice Statistics reports that there is a huge crime rate disparity between blacks and other racial groups.
Bottom line: this is racism. It is so condescending to African Americans for Obama to assume they need special treatment.
(H/T: The Examiner)
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