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mr. tegu 06:33 AM 06-02-2021
There are lots of stories or examples of things going on that come out pretty frequently displaying the insanity of the progressive woke lunatics that donít necessarily need their own thread or fit into one of the other existing threads. Post them here.
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displacedinMN 03:11 PM 06-16-2021
Vast differences in the degrees to which students are being disciplined in St. Paul Public Schools led to a call this week to do away with suspensions altogether.

Movement toward a "no-suspension policy" was urged by a committee charged with recommending ways to tackle inequities in the state's second-largest district.


"It's bold, but it's possible," William Hill, restorative practices coordinator at Central High School, told school board members during an equity committee presentation Tuesday.

St. Paul was one of dozens of districts and charter schools flagged by the state Department of Human Rights in 2018 for the disproportionate percentages of minority and special-education students being disciplined. Agreements followed that require the school systems to take corrective action and provide semiannual reports on their progress. (this is the lawsuit that is destroying minnesota schools)

In its most recent report covering the third quarter of the 2019-20 school year, St. Paul said 72 % of students who were suspended were Black and 8 % were white. Black students make up about a quarter of the district's student population. Of the 637 suspensions recorded that quarter, 181 stemmed from fighting and 66 from "severe disruptive behavior," the report states.

The drive to find alternatives to bouncing students from class is not new. Former St. Paul Superintendent Valeria Silva's administration stressed that kids couldn't learn if they weren't in school — prompting critics to say some students were getting a pass for problem behavior.

On Tuesday, Hill said: "It is our experience that behaviors of students of color are chronically mislabeled."

The committee is recommending that the district study alternatives to suspensions and create a task force to gather data on how suspensions impact the community. The task force also would rally support for a no-suspension policy.

Hill said teachers who are considered effective at addressing student behaviors also should be identified to serve as models for those contributing to the disproportionate discipline numbers. Schools must have the courage to say to those educators who continue to struggle: "This might not be the district for you," he said.

Superintendent Joe Gothard, asked how quickly he might be able to enact the committee's recommendations, said he would review and prioritize them with nods to the district's strategic plan and its agreement with the human rights department.

The school board created the equity committee two years ago and asked it to identify disparities in the district and come up with "adaptive and actionable recommendations" to address inequities.

The committee also is recommending that the district make special-education materials more accessible for non-English speakers and that it develop ways to recruit and retain more teachers of color, among other goals.

"The people have spoken," Myla Pope, assistant director of the district's Office of Equity, told the board. "We need to move into action."
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Just Passin' By 03:17 PM 06-16-2021
Originally Posted by displacedinMN:
Vast differences in the degrees to which students are being disciplined in St. Paul Public Schools led to a call this week to [B]do away with suspensions altogether....


You've got a city run by evil idiots. How nice for you!
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displacedinMN 03:49 PM 06-16-2021
Originally Posted by Just Passin' By:
You've got a city run by evil idiots. How nice for you!
alternative to suspensions and restorative justice is just Bullshit.

It does not help most of the problems. It only makes it worse.
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KC_Lee 03:49 PM 06-16-2021
Private biz can do biz with who they want right?

Colorado court just ruled that Jack Phillips has to create cakes celebrating sex reassignment. @AllianceDefends is on it: "The harassment of people like Jack and Barronelle has been occurring for nearly a decade and must stop. We will appeal this decision" https://t.co/hlqPpHvYmI

— Ryan T. Anderson (@RyanTAnd) June 16, 2021

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Just Passin' By 03:51 PM 06-16-2021
Originally Posted by KC_Lee:
Private biz can do biz with who they want right?


That's different, because shut up
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Baby Lee 03:55 PM 06-16-2021
Originally Posted by Just Passin' By:
That's different, because shut up
Zero principles, just resentment and thirst for dominion over others.
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displacedinMN 03:56 PM 06-16-2021
sex reassignment party = gender reveal party
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KC_Lee 03:58 PM 06-16-2021
Originally Posted by displacedinMN:
sex reassignment party = gender reveal party
Yeah sure after the fact and without the factory original equipment.
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Just Passin' By 03:59 PM 06-16-2021
Originally Posted by Baby Lee:
Zero principles, just resentment and thirst for dominion over others.
In typical homophobic, white supremacist, fashion, you are demanding equality.
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CasselGotPeedOn 05:02 PM 06-16-2021
Originally Posted by KC_Lee:
Private biz can do biz with who they want right?

Create your own bakery. Oh wait.
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displacedinMN 09:13 PM 06-16-2021

Looks like Juneteenth will be a federal holiday. The US house and senate have passed bills. Biden now will likely sign off

— Deborah Roberts (@DebRobertsABC) June 17, 2021

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Just Passin' By 11:30 PM 06-16-2021
Originally Posted by displacedinMN:
Another national embarrassment that the Republicans did nothing to stop.
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Prison Bitch 11:54 PM 06-16-2021
Originally Posted by Just Passin' By:
Another national embarrassment that the Republicans did nothing to stop.

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eDave 12:08 AM 06-17-2021
Celebrating the end of slavery is a national embarrassment? Did I really just read that?
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lawrenceRaider 06:31 AM 06-17-2021
Here's another good one. While there are myths that exist in relation to the Alamo, this myth buster article goes full Woke about the whole thing.

https://time.com/6072141/alamo-history-myths/

I suppose the American Revolution freeing us from the Tyranny of the British Empire is probably safe since the Brits are a bunch of pale whiteys.
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