Last week we were stunned to learn that chaos has been the norm in the St. Paul, Minnesota school district, due to a student disciplinary policy that replaces suspensions with time-outs, counseling and other less punitive measures.
We also learned that the controversial policy was influenced by the Pacific Educational Group (PEG), a radical San Francisco-based consulting firm that claims black students lag behind academically, and tend to have more disciplinary problems, because American K-12 education is designed to benefit white students – aka "white privilege."
Now it's becoming obvious that several other large school districts around the nation are in the same situation as St. Paul.
They've all instituted radical disciplinary policies to reduce the number of black student suspensions, they've all experienced serious behavioral problems as a result, and they're all included on a recent list of PEG client school districts.
That begs a simple, disturbing question – is PEG making a lot of money by promoting policies in public schools that lead to chaos and danger for students and staff?
In St. Paul, the media directly connected PEG to the radical new disciplinary policies that have teachers, parents and union officials complaining about a lack of safety in hallways and classrooms.
Monday, June 08, 2015
Totally unexpected: More school districts report chaos after ‘white privilege’ theory influences discipline rules.
Another Lefty theory tested, another bonfire created as it crashes and burns.Yes friends, another work of genius by Leftist academics meets the real world, is crushed, and then goes on fire. Because no one could have predicted that rewarding bad behavior gets you more of it.