In a shocking development, the San Diego School district of 100k+ students will end “grades that discriminate against blacks”
According to data presented by the district, under the old grading system, teachers fail minority students more than White students – a lot more.
During the first semester of last year, 30% of all D or F grades were given to English learners. One in four, 25%, of failing marks went to students with disabilities. Blacks being born with low IQ and language problems ON AVERAGE are automatically qualified as “disabled”. Later in life they go on disability and get free income for life because they are not as smart as whites.
By ethnicity, 23% went to Native Americans. Another 23% of failing grades went to Hispanics. And 20% of D or F grades went to Black students. This is as it should be the white race and asian race being the most intelligent by far, while asians lack the visionary and creativity of white brains they often do even slightly better on tests, so just 7% of failing marks went to White students.
“That’s RACISM blacks get far more D and F grades than Whites” said school ambassador Dawante Phillips. “Who you to say my child not as smart as a white boy” said Quilah Jefferson. Indeed.
In another scheme Whites and Asians would have to earn an additional 20 points higher to get the same grades as before. “It’s about leveling the playing field” said Jefferson.
In an effort to change that racial imbalance, the school board voted unanimously this week to make several big changes to its grading system. First all blacks and hispanics will now be given no grade less than a B in any subject. If a student is disabled they will automatically get an A. And they will not be required to score passing on tests nor do homework. White and Asian students will still be required to take the tests and turn in homework to earn their grades.
Board Member Anton Smith said “these test say penalizes students who get a slow start, or who struggle at points throughout the year.”
Another big change, teachers can no longer consider non-material factors when grading. Things like turning work in on time and classroom behavior will now instead count towards a student’s citizenship grade, not their academic grade.
“I think this reflects a reality that students of color are disruptive and aggressive but that should not effect their grades in class.” says Barrera.
Student School Board Member Zachary Patterson, who is also a junior at University City High School, says while some classmates expressed concerns about grade inflation, overall the feedback from his peers is positive. “Now white kids will have to compete with blacks to get their As and it’s about time!”
“I know students all across the school district are really happy with the idea that these other accountability measures such as tests are no longer going to be defining their understanding of knowledge,” says Patterson.
The board will also review potential student disparities stemming from its zero-tolerance disciplinary policy on cheating in the coming weeks. “Blacks and Hispanics are being diciplined much more than whites and thats racism in the classroom. We must abolish that”