Excerpted by Nicholas Stix
TAMPA BAY TIMES’ “Failing Schools” Pulitzer Based On A Lie. The Problem Is Bad (Black) Students
By Cornelius J. Troost
April 19, 2016, 8:04 p.m.
The Tampa Bay Tribune has just won a Pulitzer Prize for its discovery of five black high school “failure factories” in Pinellas County FL, where I now live. The implication: if weak teachers are removed, the five failing schools will metamorphose into satisfactory schools. As a career education professor, I roll my eyes. The Times’ intellectuals (Michael LaForgia, [Email] Cara Fitzpatrick [Email] and Lisa Gartner[Email] ) were apparently unaware of the pattern of “failing” black schools in places like Newark, Camden, Chicago, Baltimore, Detroit, Atlanta…in fact, everywhere. Why?
[Read the whole thing at VDARE.]