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The leader of the Teachers Union has to jump in as the main reason that black youth, 16 to 19 years old, have an unemployment rate of 43.6% in June 2013 is that her unionized teachers are not teaching these children nor are they allowing schools that would teach them to exist. As long as she and "back leaders" do not address the education problem, we will continue to have the law of the jungle operating.
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The Unmentionable Injustice

Tom3444 Wrote: Jun 18, 2013 5:27 PM
Because the K thru 12 schools fail at their job of teaching every child, millions of children, white, black and all the other colors have their lives destroyed, or at minimum, damaged. If we would demand excellence in every classroom, we would not need affirmative action, nor would we need any remedial work in community colleges or universities. Imagine if an airline or a doctor had a 20% failure rate we would not use that airline or doctor. We accept however that 20% or more of the children do not graduate from high school. If children are forced to go to public schools the schools have an obligation to teach them. When are we going to stop laying the blame on parents or lack of money or any of the thousands of reasons that the elite education establishment comes up with to justify their failing work..
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