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Milwaukee K-12 Teachers Offered College Credit to ‘Heal’ Their ‘Racism’

kitekrazy Wrote: Jan 26, 2013 10:57 AM
The return is a small amount. Very small. It's nice to see Olsen to put a decent article for once. The whole white guilt thing is not just limited to that state but you see signs of it in much of the Midwest. It was also fueled by white politicians to help keep their power. Teacher training is a big monopoly. The amount a teacher pays vs. the return by the IRS or salary increase is not worth it.

The Milwaukee Teachers Education Association is distributing a flyer to its members, encouraging them to attend a series of “Healing Racism Workshops,” reported exclusively.

Held over eight Wednesdays at the First Unitarian Society, the sessions will allow educators to receive graduate school credit through Madison’s Edgewood College.

In most school districts, more graduate school credits equate to more pay for teachers.

The flyer reads:

“We have all ‘been assigned a race by America’s pervasive socialization process.’ (Learning To Be White, Thandeka) This racial conditioning permeates the fabric of our inter-personal and inter-group relations, taking...