Skip to comments.Students send vulgar letters disputing Post story about ‘hellhole’ school
Posted on 01/14/2018 10:58:50 AM PST by EinNYC
With a teachers encouragement, seventh-graders in a social-studies class at JHS 80 used their city-issued laptops last week to e-mail letters to The Post to protest a report about their school that cited discipline problems, hazardous conditions, and administrators who try to cover up violent incidents.
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We can see their “education” has been quite successful - they have already become angry, disaffected, easily manipulated, gullible, progressive social justice warriors.
That’s the goal, isn’t it?
Sadly, the students did not display the writing skills they should be learning. The missives were rife with grammar, spelling and punctuation errors and some curse words.
Nobody took the time to read over the letters, a source said.
Looks like some of the stuff I see written by managers where I work LoL.
Was the teacher going to fail them if they didn’t write them?
There was a show on about a year ago that we liked. It was called Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders. Gary Sinese starred in it and it detailed stories about Americans caught up in crime in other countries. We anxiously awaited its new season this year, only to find it had been cancelled. Turns out the producers didnt want to offend other countries by portraying their countries as dangerous. How appalling. Now we see schools being described as he**holes and the students who are complaining about the moniker are making the case for the description. Our country had better turn back to the TRUTH of EVERYTHING, before its too late (hoping it isnt already too late)
If only we paid the administrators more money.
Could have just posted on DUmp where that is the norm.
Yes, what we need is more investment in these freakin dindus. The school sounds like a real shithole
I wouldn’t bet on the teacher not reviewing their letters. It’s entirely possible that each letter was carefully reviewed.
Below average test scores
English proficiency - 14%
Math proficiency - 16%
Above average test scores
Biology I - 81%
Students taking Algebra I - 4%
Passing Algebra I - 57%
English as a second language - 31%
Low Income 82%
I had a supervisor once who wrote in ebonics. Head honcho of the whole office but couldn’t speak decent English. Of course, this was a state government office. As a new hire, they had a similar type train me and she would pronounce “perpetrator” as “pepper traitor” and dumb as a doorknob. Most annoying. Can’t say I had much respect for either.
Of course, that is the solution. More money! “Just pay us more and it will all get better.”
Why isn’t the NYPost plastered all over nationwide news if they dared use expletives against a child’s school?
Either the teacher is woefully ignorant, or deliberately allowed the letters to go forward as is. Just think, these kids will be voting and breeding in a few years.
Hate to tell you this, but they've probably already bred at least once and quite possibly twice by that age. And YOU are paying for their kids, BWAHAHAHA. Yeah, more DACA, more DACA. More anchor babies of this quality.
I does sertainly has to agree that they be’d ritin about
thems stoodnts and havin not goed to thar skool.
Theyd sed meen stuff bout them and such.
Sined, The Demokrat Party
LOL, nice of the kids to make the Post’s case for them.
In about a decade they'll be grandparents!
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