No policing clothes at Madison schools!

If you chose to wear any, of course

We live win a world where a 15-year-old from Sweden damns adults who do not share her brainwashing.

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You got a problem with this?

It was once thought that adults had something to teach the next generation. Madison public schools continue to run, shrieking, as if from Mt. Vesuvius molten lava, from that quaint notion.

Anti-cop school board member Ali Muldrow (as quoted here) chides: “To have adults around you kind of policing your clothes or policing the way your clothes fit as you grow can create an unnecessary strain in terms of learning or additional self-consciousness.”

Wanna dress like a whore? Cap backward, pants down around your knees gang-man style? Who are we to judge?

Denounce the gap and fire the role models

Madison school board member Ananda Mirilli posted this on social media:

Wisconsin has the widest achievement gap between black and white students of any state, according to the 2019 National Assessment of Educational Progress, also known as the Nation’s Report Card, released on Wednesday.

Blaska, cheeky fellow, asked might she be doing about it, besides firing African-American role models. That was a not very oblique reference to West High security guard Marlon Anderson. Ms. Mirilli responded: “The only person the BOE [Board of Education] can fire is a superintendent. You know that; you ran for office.”

Blaska retorted: “So the superintendent is implementing board policy or not? That is the question. Kaleem Caire has called for a re-examination of ALL the personnel fired for uttering the N word. (He ran for office, too.) The second question is: Are you?”

Ananda answered they’re studying it. Still hasn’t answered what she’s doing about the achievement gap. But then, she got elected without answering so why do so now?

Filing deadline for three school board seats in the April election (Seats #2 Savion Castro, #6 Kate Toews, and #7 Nicki Vander Meulen) is but two months away, on January 7. Candidates can begin circulating nomination papers on December 1. You need at least 100.

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4 Responses to No policing clothes at Madison schools!

  1. Cornelius Gotchberg says:

    “Candidates can begin circulating nomination papers on December 1. You need at least 100 (signatures).” (bolds mine)

    Yet you need 200 for Mayor; this has the smell of some White Supremacy BS, am I right?

    The Gotch

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  2. madisonexpat says:

    The guy (?) in the photo is what happens when you run and fall while carrying your tackle box.

    Liked by 1 person

  3. Cornelius Gotchberg says:

    For you Lefties whose answer for EVERYTHING is throwing more Other People’s Money at it:

    New York City Spends More, Gets Less For Its Schools

    ”Per student spending on K-12 education in New York City has reached some $25,199 annually, according to the New York Post (from Census data) on May 19 here.

    “That is some 13% higher than second-highest spender Boston (at $22,292), and WELL MORE THAN DOUBLE THE NATIONAL AVERAGE OF $12,201. Principal driver of the differential: New York City pays its teachers and other employees more than double per student as the average of other jurisdictions. (Our results on standardized tests are actually worse than the national average, if you can believe that.) (bolds/caps mine)

    Coming to a School District near you?

    The Gotch

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