In a newly announced rule, Education Secretary Betsy DeVos has signaled she is standing firm on her intention to reroute millions of dollars in coronavirus aid money to K-12 private school students.https://t.co/60APnN1tcV— NPR (@NPR) June 26, 2020
I missed this two days ago. The clear idea here is that private schools are more worthy than public schools (because private schools can limit the number of non-white students they have? Yeah, I'm pretty sure that's it. I know of a private school that was looking for Federal government legitimacy, and so admitted one black student to prove they were interested in "diversity." It wasn't that the school was racist, per se; they just didn't attract many African-Americans, based on their location and cost and waiting list. It worked; they got what they needed from it. The school also had a 'diversity council. I was on it. We met twice, realized we were there for window dressing and the duration of the federal inspection, and we never met again. Games schools play, and all.). This is an old conservative canard that, since we can't block blacks and Hispanics from going to school with our precious white children, we can ruin the public schools and put all that money in private schools which CAN discriminate.
These people have to look up to see the soles of the feet of the Mole People. We can't get rid of them fast enough.