Defeat in her eyes, Janet drops into a seat next to me with a sigh. But my hope is fading.
Snoopy, I agree with John and Yun. That sort of thing only flies on the internet.
Yun, God helps us. These people are already in power. They own educational admissions. In these discussions, the extreme liberals are just using the poor as pawns. Housing costs alone would be hard to afford. Snoopy Jenkins the equivocator wrote: The problem is that no one has to care about Asian people with kids trying to apply to school to fairly discuss the admission system for elite NYC high schools, the actual issue at hand.
Let me link to that famous Good Will Hunting scene: The issue involves the fairest, most effective method to offer effective public education to all students. The high percentages of new, low-experience teachers in public schools found in lower-income, highly minority neighborhoods should give everyone pause when some assert that the current test-heavy admissions system for these elite NYC high schools is the fairest system available.
See, this is a total racist presumption against APIAs. None of us are experts at social policies and are only gauging our personal needs vs that of society. We do have resource scarcity oftentimes a false dichotomy of itand have to figure out the best way to approach social policy.
The disconnect here is functional quotas based on general population demograhics or pure academic testing. I think people paint themselves into corners when the best solution is probably in the middle.
The point here is that empathy for the pro-testing position you believe Asian parents support in elite NYC high school admissions is not required to discuss the admission process those schools use fairly and competently. Not to mention that the Asian parents you speak about amount to one special interest group among many.
No one has to be an Asian parent, or even a parent, to present a meaningful argument on public education funding. John Doe on said: Tell us why Black people are so racist toward Asians.
The most certifiable racist actions I faced outside the internet in this country is from Blacks such as yourself.
Lack of evidence and anecdotal! What does this have to do with me? All Black people do not think and act alike, John. John Doe on March 26, at In the article under discussion, no numbers are presented to convince that shutting down elite schools would improve the funding of the rest of the schools in a meaningful way.
Show us the numbers. You are just arguing without anything to back up your position. Just some numbers instead of a long essay.
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