Wednesday, March 26, 2014

National Review: Black children have 'weak impulse control' compared to white children

National Review: Black children have 'weak impulse control' compared to white children



A new report from the Department of Education shows that even from preschool, black students in America tend to receive disproportionately severe disciplinary actions. To most people this was taken as signal that something might be severely amiss in our classrooms; to the National Review, it is evidence that black children are inherently predisposed to disruptive behavior and crime.



Somewhere, Bill Buckley is spinning in his grave...
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