Hands Up, Don’t Teach: Court tosses out exam students can’t pass

A New York court has tossed out an exam used in a classroom, not because the test was faulty, but because minority students couldn’t pass it.

Kevin Jackson of TheBlackSphere.net appeared on Fox & Friends Monday to discuss the situation, which is a sad reflection on the state of our education system. If you can’t pass a test, we’ll just lower the standards until you can. The “soft racism of lowered expectations” rears its head once again.

Here’s the video:

H/T: TheBlackSphere.net

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