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What’s Really Driving America’s Abysmal
Inner-City Education Results?

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Posted By: PeterWolosin, 11/5/2021 8:44:08 AM

Reading the recent column by fellow Blue State Conservative contributor John Eidson got me to thinking about educational experiences of my own. It’s always a good column when it makes one think. Reading it, there was a vivid memory of when I was working at a regional campus of The Ohio State University as an academic advisor. I met with a just-admitted young black woman from Cleveland, OH. I was looking forward to meeting her after having reviewed her high school transcript. It was all A’s and B’s with other indicators of academic excellence. At least, that was what the transcript showed.


What Democrats have done to inner city schools is racism at its worst.

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Reply 1 - Posted by: Come And Take It 11/5/2021 9:16:44 AM (No. 968022)
Communist teacher's unions.
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Reply 2 - Posted by: Toby Ten Bears 11/5/2021 9:18:45 AM (No. 968027)
Stupid and or ignorant people are easier to control... Ask those morons who wear masks while driving alone, or biking or walking alone. Ask the morons who are lining up for the vaccine that isn't a real vaccine. Ask the morons that voted for Biden or ANY D-rat. That's the D-RAT base... stupid and or ignorant morons.
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Reply 3 - Posted by: jinx 11/5/2021 9:19:14 AM (No. 968029)
Schools are only going to get worse if this WOKE climate continues. As it stands now, English grammar and creative writing are taboo. All students have to do is put their name on a paper and answer two or three questions either correctly or incorrectly and they will get at least a 50. If a qualified teacher has a baby and takes six to twelve weeks off, an unqualified substitute will take over. How will that work in a math or science class? Our schools are being dumbed down by the Biden regime for a reason. They don't want well-educated people who understand what the government is doing to them out working.
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Reply 4 - Posted by: montwoodcliff 11/5/2021 9:22:54 AM (No. 968037)
Just move them along and get rid of them! Seriously, these kids have to be separated from the ghettos before they are eight years old and placed in an environment where they can be taught structure and responsibility or they will be lost forever. Call those places orphanages or whatever you want, but it’s the only way to salvage them. And for goodness sake, stop paying the women for having more children out of wedlock. Eventually, we can end abortions. Call me a racist, but what I’m saying is the truth.
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Reply 5 - Posted by: Jesuslover54 11/5/2021 9:23:17 AM (No. 968039)
Fatherless homes, too.
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Reply 6 - Posted by: doctorfixit 11/5/2021 9:25:57 AM (No. 968040)
Government control explains the failure of government schools. Central government bureaucrats rule roughshod over local administrators and parents. Government refuses to allow enforcement of discipline against bullies, disruptors, and criminal behavior in the classroom. Classrooms are dangerous and toxic. Government-forced curricula are designed by Bolsheviks in the Central Commissariat for Correct Thinking. Prospective Teachers are subjected to abusive, exhausting credentialing that drives away talented people and results in mediocrity from the get-go. Horrendous amounts of money are soaked up by bloated bureaucracies, administrative staff, compliance with mountains of regulations. The worst of the worst gravitate to powerless inner-city school systems. The answer is to remove your children from government schools. Attempts to reform government schools are doomed to fail. The government is simply too powerful.
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Reply 7 - Posted by: keep_right 11/5/2021 9:28:47 AM (No. 968042)
It's not just inner city schools. Public schools are thriving on low expectations!
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Reply 8 - Posted by: Hazymac 11/5/2021 9:28:49 AM (No. 968043)
Prof. Nutter's excellent essay is enlightening, but its conclusions are tragic. The unionized public education establishment exists primarily to provide well remunerated employment to its members. Excellence in education is practically discouraged. Lousiness in public schools is not a new phenomenon. In July 1969 three busloads of Middle Tennessee Boy Scouts traveled across the country to the Boy Scout National Jamboree (Jamboree dates: July 15 to July 23) in Farragut State Park in the Idaho panhandle. I was a 14-year-old Eagle Scout who had made the rank as a 13-year-old after about two years of very hard work. Nationally in 1969, about 3% of Scouts earned the Eagle; in our troop about one-third of the guys made the top rank, all of them no later than by age 15. On one early leg of the trip to Idaho I sat next to an 18-year-old self described high school graduate (of Nashville's Maplewood High, across the Cumberland River from Downtown) who was either a Star or Life Scout. At that time there were no active Scouts in our troop who had passed 16-years-old, so I wondered what this older fellow's purpose was for being in the Scouts that late in life. At a truck stop he had acquired what one of my high school teachers called "an 85c paperback" with a lot of graphic sex in hot black ink. He opened the book to page one, placed four fingers beneath the first line, grimaced, and elbowed me on the shoulder, asking for help in understanding a book with print. I read aloud to him, one sentence at a time. This went on until I could escape, about two hours later at out lunch stop. He couldn't read a word. I mean ... he couldn't read at all. I was a more advanced reader in (private school) first grade. What a damn tragedy. This fellow had been advanced all the way to a high school diploma, and he couldn't write anything more than his own name. That was 1969. Public schooling has gotten much worse since then. One concrete suggestion for school improvement would be good pay for good teachers and pink slips for the rest. And no more NEA or AFT. Public unions must go. Even FDR knew better than to give in to that.
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Reply 9 - Posted by: jalo1951 11/5/2021 9:29:34 AM (No. 968044)
Amen, this is an excellent article. And we have idiots like de Blasio shutting down accelerated classes. I have always hated the "self esteem" nonsense. What can be more esteeming than comprehending the material and being able to demonstrate that knowledge. Once we stopped retaining students it became more difficult to educate them. When the threat of retention was out there parents were more involved in seeing that their children were doing what they needed to be doing. Unfortunately too many parents send their kids to school for breakfast/lunch and the babysitting services. They do not care therefore the students do not care. These children are severely underserved. How do you graduate from high school with the general knowledge of an elementary school education? Knowledge is the way to success and that does not necessary include a college education. But they must have a good base to work from. Can I assume that the elites are fine with this? Uneducated people are easier to control. "Look here, this is a D, just look for the D and pull the level, fill in the bubble, and yes it is okay to vote more than once".
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Reply 10 - Posted by: MDConservative 11/5/2021 9:42:45 AM (No. 968054)
Who did this to particularly urban public schools? It starts with the people who elect the "communists" to the school board. The blame rests with adults, parents, who clamored for schools that taught "values", later discovering they weren't the values they had in mind. These same parents see the schools as daycare centers, free lunch counters, and surrogate parents. The blame rests with parents of all races who are themselves uneducated and see no value for their children. The blame rests with communities that do not value education because of their belief that the world is unjustly stacked against them. There is plenty of blame to go around...and I haven't even gotten to "the system".
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Reply 11 - Posted by: seamusm 11/5/2021 9:53:39 AM (No. 968066)
What is driving it is racism in its purest form. The deliberate destruction of the black family via policies that traded upon political and human greed especially predatory 'welfare' policies that 'rewarded' fatherless homes.
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Reply 12 - Posted by: oldmagnolia 11/5/2021 9:57:03 AM (No. 968070)
Lyndon Johnson's Great Society (paid when he robbed the Social Security funds) coming to fruition.
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Reply 13 - Posted by: red1066 11/5/2021 9:58:11 AM (No. 968072)
It could take quite a few paragraphs to explain it starting with LBJ's signing a bill that effectively eliminated black families, and the results of that disaster. We've been seeing the results of that bill signing for decades in our cities.
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Reply 14 - Posted by: Socio 11/5/2021 10:33:43 AM (No. 968108)
The reason is not very complex, in government ran schools it is about the Federal dollars, children are no longer students they are cattle herded from grade to grade while the school system gets paid by the head. This naturally plays right into the hands of the Democrats they know if they keep them dumb they keep them dependent, they keep them dependent they keep their votes. In fact it has been described as a triad, the Democrat party, teachers unions and the Democrat controlled US Department of education working in allegiance to keep it this way. The solution is also not complex, the Federal government needs to be put out of the education business.
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Reply 15 - Posted by: edgar 11/5/2021 11:10:37 AM (No. 968147)
The parents are likely products of the same school system and show the same interest in their kids education as their parents showed in their education. In the end, as long as students pass from one grade to the next, everyone believes they are being educated. However, you can only lower the bar so far before you hit rock bottom. Inner city schools hit rock bottom some time ago. You can point fingers in a lot of places, but school policy set by Administrators and School Boards are the ones that establish and support social promotion over education. They can all see the test scores and who their school's are allowing to move the next grade, knowing full well that something does not add up.
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Reply 16 - Posted by: Strike3 11/5/2021 11:13:43 AM (No. 968148)
Let's just say that it's screwed up all around with failures in all categories. There is no motivation to fix it.
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Reply 17 - Posted by: Lawsy0 11/5/2021 11:22:34 AM (No. 968153)
Reason #1 is that we have managed to elect people who come to believe they are royalty who must also pass on their dynasty to their kinfolk. In the beginning, we were released from the tyrannical King George the Mad by citizen farmers. That was the major industry of our newborn country. President Washington didn't want any regal title. But the current crop of Democrats sure do. And, they ruin everything they touch.
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Reply 18 - Posted by: czechlist 11/5/2021 11:32:46 AM (No. 968160)
Funny how the"slippery slope" the left hss always claimed never existed (just like CRT) has suddenly seen an increase in viscosity.
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Reply 19 - Posted by: DVC 11/5/2021 11:59:53 AM (No. 968186)
Multiple things. Lots of parents who do not care at all about their child's education, and then teachers who are either purely interested in political indoctrination, not education, or are incompetent, plus following curriculae which are equally incompetently laid out.
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Reply 20 - Posted by: MickTurn 11/5/2021 12:01:01 PM (No. 968189)
#1 Nailed it...all we need to do is outlaw communism and put all the Useful Idiots on a rocket to the sun...a bunch of rockets!
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Reply 21 - Posted by: Newtsche 11/5/2021 1:18:51 PM (No. 968293)
Water seeks its own level.
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Reply 22 - Posted by: RuckusTom 11/5/2021 2:10:42 PM (No. 968356)
The two that jump out first are the breakdown of the family and just enough welfare to get by on. It's the democrats' dream for all of us.
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Reply 23 - Posted by: Starboard_side 11/5/2021 2:28:39 PM (No. 968373)
Democrats have resisted any changes to improve inner-city schools, in particular, for decades. "the soft bigotry of low expectations".
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Reply 24 - Posted by: mc squared 11/5/2021 2:49:45 PM (No. 968401)
All fake news. Students are excelling. Underachieving (particularly) minority students are so much better off since we bused kids, both black & White, all over our cities 55 years ago under court ordered Forced Busing. Right? Today's kids are products of those bused kids.
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Reply 25 - Posted by: harleynyc 11/5/2021 2:55:59 PM (No. 968408)
Rap music and the glorification of thugs has made an entire generation of youth, especially black inner-city kids, to be violent, disrespectful, and outright criminals. And the schools are filled them, and teachers have little or no control.
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Reply 26 - Posted by: Roscoelewis 11/5/2021 3:36:09 PM (No. 968430)
The same-sex parent is the most influential role model in a child's life. Kids are what they learn at home. Education begins in the home.
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Reply 27 - Posted by: BillW. 11/5/2021 3:41:53 PM (No. 968437)
This should come as no surprise, even to the Commie fools who make it so.
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