Teach For America Hopes To Help Struggling Schools
"I grew up in Avondale," Cummins said. "I grew up in a single-family home in impoverished conditions.
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#1 Jun 2, 2012
Struggling schools in America are struggling because they are filled with evil, ugly, mindless, low iq blacks and browns. They are mostly borderline retarded, and it is genetic, one need only read the Bell Curve to see that. All the moey, hop, and affirmative action in the world can't fix what is gentically broken. Money would be better spent on forced sterilization programs.
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#2 Jun 3, 2012
Truly one of the most amazing stories in the history of mankind is unfolding before our very eyes concerning the education of Negroes. The environmental based belief system of Negroes and their pathetic apologists has absolutely no empirical scientific evidence to back it up. The amount of evidence compiled by scientists that PROVE beyond all doubt that genetics is the cause of low Negro IQ is mountainous.
Yet those who believe in environmental causes for this low Negro IQ have unfettered access to literally trillions of dollars to throw at eliminating the so called achievement gap. No amount of money will ever eliminate a gap that is caused by genetics. Every conceivable program and concept has been attempted to eliminate this gap. Not a single one has changed anything. The only way these poor misguided buffoons have been able to "create" an average school is by cherry picking the most intelligent Negroes from a large area and placing them all in the same school. NO EXCEPTIONS WHATSOEVER TO THIS FACT. Thank you so very much for pointing this out to the ignorant Negroes King of Prussia.
#3 Jun 3, 2012
Teach for America is not a good idea for the school system.
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