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    So being an actual public school student who observed the conditions in my school, and then observed the conditions in neighboring district schools (some of which my friends attended), doesn't give me "the experience"?

    What does? Studying it in a highly biased collegiate environment where wrongthink on the matter isn't permitted?

    Did you go to public high school?

    Tell me where I'm incorrect with anything I said. Explain how there's systemic racism in the public school system.

    Sure I went to public school. Mine was named after a Black person. Who was your public school named after?
    Well I see you're not interested in having a serious discussion about this, because you probably can't provide very good counters to the points I raised, beyond "inner city schools perform worse so that equals systemic racism".

    That's fine. Carry on.

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    Sorry I offended your suburb sensibilities.

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    I'll make it easier for you. I went to a black school. The students were cool but the building, books and equipment were low budget af. More importantly the teachers phoned it in. Then I went to a white school and everything was shiny and the teachers kinda tried.


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    Quote Originally Posted by rum dick View Post
    I'll make it easier for you. I went to a black school. The students were cool but the building, books and equipment were low budget af. More importantly the teachers phoned it in. Then I went to a white school and everything was shiny and the teachers kinda tried.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Dan Druff View Post
    So being an actual public school student who observed the conditions in my school, and then observed the conditions in neighboring district schools (some of which my friends attended), doesn't give me "the experience"?

    What does? Studying it in a highly biased collegiate environment where wrongthink on the matter isn't permitted?

    Basically, yeah. Your own personal experiences don't necessarily reflect the reality of an issue that affects millions more accurately than the data you're discrediting. It's not the data that's biased, it's you. And it's not just you, it's literally everyone. We're all biased and it's driven by our perception of our own personal experiences, especially when the experiences are not recent. The only thing you can do is be conscious of it and factor it into your thought process. You do the exact opposite.

     
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    Quote Originally Posted by duped_samaritan View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Dan Druff View Post
    So being an actual public school student who observed the conditions in my school, and then observed the conditions in neighboring district schools (some of which my friends attended), doesn't give me "the experience"?

    What does? Studying it in a highly biased collegiate environment where wrongthink on the matter isn't permitted?

    Basically, yeah. Your own personal experiences don't necessarily reflect the reality of an issue that affects millions more accurately than the data you're discrediting. It's not the data that's biased, it's you. And it's not just you, it's literally everyone. We're all biased and it's driven by our perception of our own personal experiences, especially when the experiences are not recent. The only thing you can do is be conscious of it and factor it into your thought process. You do the exact opposite.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rum dick View Post
    I'll make it easier for you. I went to a black school. The students were cool but the building, books and equipment were low budget af. More importantly the teachers phoned it in. Then I went to a white school and everything was shiny and the teachers kinda tried.


    Want me to explain healthcare?
    Questions about this "black school":

    - Was there a lot of crime and gang activity there?

    - Which school district was in control of that school?

    - What was the political affiliation of the people in charge of that district?

    - How did the teachers "phone it in" and get away with it? Might a certain union have enabled that?


    I look forward to your answers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by duped_samaritan View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Dan Druff View Post
    So being an actual public school student who observed the conditions in my school, and then observed the conditions in neighboring district schools (some of which my friends attended), doesn't give me "the experience"?

    What does? Studying it in a highly biased collegiate environment where wrongthink on the matter isn't permitted?

    Basically, yeah. Your own personal experiences don't necessarily reflect the reality of an issue that affects millions more accurately than the data you're discrediting. It's not the data that's biased, it's you. And it's not just you, it's literally everyone. We're all biased and it's driven by our perception of our own personal experiences, especially when the experiences are not recent. The only thing you can do is be conscious of it and factor it into your thought process. You do the exact opposite.
    Okay, so show me this "data" which shows my observations were an outlier.

    Again, I'd like to know exactly where my assessment of the cause of bad public schools is incorrect.

    Then I'd like to know how "systemic racism" plays into it, rather than inept politicians, school district leadership, irresponsible parents, and counterproductive teachers unions.

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    Didnít read the article, donít have to. Obviously a completely fake story. Have to be very dumb to not immediately recognize that. Clearly some major missing components, sorry Lot Lizard Lover!

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