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By Mr. Robert J. Walters
Robert Walters indicates that the schooling institution and its defenders in politics and the media have recommended dozens of treatments for the black-white hole in racial fulfillment over the past 50 years. None of those treatments have replaced the racial success hole in any major means.
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In 1966, President Lyndon Johnson signed the Child Nutrition Act of 1966 which established a school breakfast program in public and non-profit private schools. ” This program was expanded in 1968 when the Special Food Service Program for Children was created for child care centers and summer programs when school was not in session. In modern times, vending machines have been added to the mix, and many schools serve food kids like rather than what is best for them: hot dogs, pizza, fried chicken, chocolate milk, etc.
Tammaria Cotton bled to death and suffered full cardiac arrest after Chavis performed fly-by-night liposuction on her and then disappeared. ” (syndicated column of 7 August 2002) University admissions offices are among the most ruthless practicioners of racial preferences. , have a quantitative procedure for admission decisions, whereby they award 230 extra points to blacks (from anywhere in the world) and 185 extra points to Hispanics; Asians are penalized by having 50 points subtracted from their score.
This is legal, since the basis of discrimination is language competence rather than race; but in fact, the great majority of the students involved are Mexican immigrants. Oddly this new form of segregation was demanded by the US Department of Education, who accused LAUSD of not doing enough for their English learners. It is hoped that this return to English immersion will allow those students to move to the general classrooms within a few years. Some fear it will cause others in the school to feel superior, and this could harm the self-esteem of the English learners.