Real and Imaginary Problems Week in Education
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Saturday, February 18, 2023 at 08:00am 1 Comment
As a person who was born in North Korea, this woman knows that it really means to have problems.
This problem seems petty by comparison.
Speaking of real problems.
- Baltimore: 23 Schools Have Zero Students Who Can Do Math at Grade Level
- Betsy DeVos Warns CCP is Attempting Espionage Through ‘America’s Colleges and Universities’
- ‘Screaming Mob’ Runs Israeli Arab Pro-Israel Activist Off UK College Campus
What has happened to Yale?
- Yale Professor: Mandatory ‘Mass Suicide’ of Elderly a Solution to ‘Japan’s Rapidly Aging Society’
- Yale Gives Public Health Award to Critical Race Theory Scholar
The shooting at Michigan State could have been prevented.
- Police Knew About MSU Shooter, Progressive Prosecutor’s Soft-on-Crime Approach Kept Him on the Street
- Buttigieg Condemns MSU Shooting Right Away But Took 10 Days to Address Ohio Train Disaster
DEI is becoming an even more serious issue.
- Defense Department DEI Chief Made Disparaging Remarks About White People on Twitter
- Dartmouth College Launches ‘Years-Long Program to Implement DEI’
- U. Michigan Embraces DEI Policies, Students Feel Worse About Themselves
To the safe space!
Consequences. How do they work?
- Study Launched to Investigate if White Paint is Racist
- University of North Dakota Students Given ‘Gender Pronoun Guide’
This is how you do it.
- U. Richmond School of Law’s Namesake Descendant Demands Return of $3.6 Billion Donations After ‘Woke’ Name Change
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to the full extent allowed by law.
Park escaped NK only to be forced into sex trade but after escaping that… finally got to the USA only to find that the US higher education system is practicing early Nork lessons.