Tag Archives: Madison schools

Has the race card been revoked in Madison schools?

Madison schools boss admits race-based discipline isn’t working Young people from Madison are marching on Janesville to the home of Speaker Paul Ryan to protest school shooting deaths. It’s not quite marching on Selma, Alabama, for Civil Rights. Or the Mobe … Continue reading

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Madison school board gets an earful from La Follette High School parents & students

Madison School District’s goal is not safety, it’s making the racial disparity numbers work While the Madison School Board considers expelling police from its four high schools, our classrooms are being disrupted in the name of racial equity. Large-scale student … Continue reading

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Thoughts and prayers and a little lead

The indentured servants at the Stately Manor are abuzz over the father who walked into Shorewood Hills elementary school Thursday and handed out pieces of cardboard written with a single word, that word being “GUN!” Could it be that the … Continue reading

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Cops in Madison schools, Part #1

Expel the disrupters, not the police Only in the Emerald City would the school district even consider evicting police from its high schools. Truly, Madison is that island surrounded by the reality of  mass school shootings, most recently this month … Continue reading

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Cops in Madison schools, Part #2

Lesson #1 is Discipline Fewer arrests don’t necessarily translate into safer schools and racial disparity continues Defining deviance down I’ve read the statistics. Yes, student arrests in Madison’s public schools are down 22% over the last four years. Two possible … Continue reading

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Disadvantaged students need police in our schools the most

“Racial equity” has become the all-purpose justification for dubious educational policies. Equity proponents view “disparate impact”—when the same policies yield different outcomes among demographic groups—as conclusive proof of discrimination. On the education front, “equity” does not seek equal treatment for … Continue reading

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