Blacks and Latinos had trouble passing the test. Thus, let’s just eliminate the test. So we can fill our classrooms with darkie teachers who can’t read and write.
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 state’s 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.
Just 41 percent of black teaching candidates and 46 percent of Hispanics passed the test on their first try, compared to 64 percent of white candidates.
The multiple choice exam is meant to ensure high standards among prospective teachers, which many teaching preparation programs have struggled to do.
Lower standards enough and you can pack the public schools full of jigaboo dummies teachin’ dem kids dat readin’, writin’, and all dat sheeeeiiit.