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    San Fransisco parents reject diversity. News Team

    In America’s most celebrated left-wing city, parents actively seek the whitest schools for their children.

    San Fransisco Chronicle…

    The top factors correlated with low demand were the prevalence of low-income students and – here’s the really troubling one – race. Specifically, Johnson found, “as the percentage of African American students in the school increases, kindergarten demand decreases.”

    By the way, for those assuming this is something that can be explained away by the interplay of race and poverty, it isn’t. Johnson said she used a statistical tool called regression analysis, which allowed her to isolate factors such as income and skin color. For example, the researcher found no correlation between school choice and the number of Latino students, who are disproportionately lower-income.

    Chris Rosenberg, principal of ethnically diverse Starr King Elementary, laid it out for me in clear terms.

    “The bottom line is that many people do not feel comfortable sending their kids to a school with a lot of African American students,” says Rosenberg, who has been at Starr King for 12 years, four as principal. “It’s a crying shame. It’s terrible. But it is a sad and obvious truth in our schools. And no one wants to touch it.”

    White people don't really buy into diversity when it comes to their children. They instinctively know that diversity brings the education of their children down. AND THAT IN THE MOST PC TOWN OF THE WORLD.

    I am laughing my ass off

    AP writer can’t figure out why rural schools are better than urban ones. News Team

    Status of Education in Rural America, by National Center for Education Statistics.
    Analysis by Kyle Rogers

    A Washington AP reporter struggles to explain why America’s rural schools are better than it’s urban schools without mentioning race.

    According to a new report from the National Center for Education Statistics, rural school children significantly outperform urban school children. Students tend to get along with each other better in the rural schools. Teachers in rural schools are more likely to speak favorably of their school even though they are paid less. There is also reportedly more civic engagement between the rural schools with their local community than at urban schools. The report also says that civic engagement is better at rural schools than suburban and performance tends to be equal to suburban schools.

    Washington AP reporter Nancy Zuckerbrod tries to explain this without mentioning race, even though the report itself says race is an indicator as to what the performance of a school will be! The report also points out 35% of urban school children are white, 62% of suburban school children are white, and 78% of rural school children are white.

    Why is the media self-censoring the most important part of this report! Why doesn’t the media want any open discussion on how race relates to school performance when even the experts report that it is a major indicator of how a school will perform.

    I would also like to point out that the part about community civic engagement is extremely relevant. A recently study from Harvard Sociologist Robert Putnam reports that civil engagement goes down when the levels of multiple races goes up. This study on education validates the study from Harvard. The higher the percentage of whites students, the better the students get along and the more the community takes an interest in the school.

    Seems slowly the white men is getting away from that diversity crap. I think the jew media wants us to believe that everyone thinks everyone is prodiversity. Obviously the opposite is true.

    'Minneapolis finds students want segregation.
    After spending tens of millions on forced integration projects for Minneapolis schools, the city finds itself back to square one. Black students seek out majority black schools and white students seek out majority white schools.

    Minneapolis Star Tribune…

    One former state desegregation official said he’s not surprised by such results. “That seems to be a pattern that’s happened all over the country,� said Will Antell. “When you try to set up integrated programs, the black kids come back into more of a segregated school, and the white kids leave it. They’re coming back to join their cohorts…. It’s really not based on educational opportunities; it’s on being with young people like themselves.'�

    seems that white kids are getting street smart about race. The social engineers work obviously against some natural laws and with every money in the world can't change things.

    I find that funny

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