Category Archives: Tales from the front lines

Basing school discipline on race only hurts minority kids

Madison teachers are NOT racists “A school unable to discipline students will be hard-pressed to teach them.” Excerpted from Jason L. Riley in the Wall Street Journal: [Washington] was demanding racial parity in school discipline, regardless of who was being … Continue reading

Posted in identity politics, Madison schools, Race, School Board Election 2019, Tales from the front lines | 28 Comments

The lunacy of crying ‘Racism’ over school suspensions

Making the numbers work Race-based ‘disparate impact’ hurts all students — and teachers slightly abridged and adapted from Heather Mac Donald of the Manhattan Institute The Obama administration held that the only possible reason why blacks are disciplined in school more … Continue reading

Posted in Cops in schools, Madison schools, School Board Election 2019, Tales from the front lines | 4 Comments

Madison school(s) teaching ‘no cops in schools’

More Tales from the Frontlines! Black Lives Matter propaganda on February’s curriculum Hey kids! Get your Black Lives Matter tee-shirts. Make your checks out to Madison Teachers Inc.! Parents of Hamilton middle school students are being encouraged to participate in … Continue reading

Posted in Madison schools, School Board Election 2019, Tales from the front lines | 45 Comments