Skip to comments.New York To Scrap Literacy Test For Teachers In The Name Of Diversity
Posted on 03/13/2017 12:10:34 PM PDT by ColdOne
Prospective teachers in New York will likely no longer have to pass a basic reading and writing literacy exam, the Associated Press is reporting.
The states Board of Regents is expected to ditch the Academic Literacy Skills Test in part because black and Hispanic teaching candidates struggled to pass the exam, according to the AP.
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DUHHHHHH! Its over, we’re done for. God, take me early, I can’t handle this anymore.
What a bunch of maroons!
When test after test hows the same thing, it’s time to pay attention to what they show.
Finally liberalism makes difference
Creating more guvment dependents everyday.
Kids don’t need no teechers with all that fancy book lernin’.[sic]
They should start calling School, Day care center.
I hope they extend this diversity to hiring math teachers who have to add with their fingers & toes.
Hilarious. You really can’t make this up. That is why most New Yorkers I have known are so pathetically dumb.
So how did they manage to get through college teaching certification?
This is what you have to take away from this story:
If you care about your child’s education in New York, do not allow them to have a black or Hispanic teacher. There is a good chance they are not qualified to teach.
What Leftists are saying is that Blacks and Hispanics are intellectually inferior.
So are the Regents actually saying blacks and hispanics are not as smart as other racial groups? This is a scarlet letter action that simply hurts people.
That’s really racist.
Education gone to the scrap heap of history in New York! Pray for the kids being taught by illiterate teachers!
Ebonics R Us
“because black and Hispanic teaching candidates struggled to pass the exam”
Only a racist would think this is true.
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