If my data source is correct, about 88 percent of Chicago public school students are black and Hispanic, with Asians and whites making up the difference. That means low levels of intelligence and motivation.
Under a new scheme hatched by liberal mayor Rahm Emmanuel, every student must have a plan for life after high school. The authorities admit that no one’s diploma is going to be withheld because everyone is going to have that plan in place. I see a lot of room for fraud here, don’t you?
The scheme is clearly nonsense of the kind we’ve come to expect from libtards. Blacks and Latinos are impulsive, not prone to planning. White people are planners. Evolving in the cold climate of Europe, the survivors were the planners. Those without a plan died of cold and starvation. Nature’s cruel ways ensured that the smartest lived and reproduced.
CHICAGO – To graduate from a public high school in Chicago, students will soon have to meet a new and unusual requirement: They must show that they’ve secured a job or received a letter of acceptance to college, a trade apprenticeship, a gap year program or the military.
Mayor Rahm Emanuel, D, said he wants to make clear that the nation’s third-largest school system is not just responsible for shepherding teenagers to the end of their senior year, but also for setting them on a path to a productive future.
“We are going to help kids have a plan, because they’re going to need it to succeed,” he said. “You cannot have kids think that 12th grade is done.”
Few would dispute that kids often need more than a high school diploma to thrive in today’s economy, but there is a simmering debate about the extent to which schools should be – and realistically can be – expected to ensure their graduates receive further training.
Emanuel’s plan, approved by the Board of Education in late May, has planted Chicago at the center of that debate.