Comrade Obama determined that discipline in schools must be based on race ratios and not based on the individual or the severity of the infraction. This is how Marxists are taught to view the world. Everything must be based upon the ratios of the makeup of the collective and individuals cannot be rewarded or punished based on their individual behavior. This is in direct contrast to what Martin Luther King, Jr. wanted when he declared that all people should be treated based on the content of their character and not the color of their skin.
The collectivist has been taught that society should be viewed from a class standpoint with the population being viewed as the oppressors and the oppressed, the white and the black, the white and the brown, male and female, Christian and non-Christian, and worker and capitalist. The collectivist has been taught that only what is good for the collective should be considered. The collectivist would say that if a child is disruptive in the classroom, the color of his skin must be considered when determining any action taken.
The collectivist believes that if you are in any way considered a part of any oppressed group, then you are a victim and not responsible for your individual behavior. Oppressed groups cannot be disciplined in a greater ratio when comparing ratio of the oppressed group to which they belong to the total in the group.
Betsey DeVos is doing away with those foolish regulations of the Comrade Obama regime and said that from now on all students should be judged on the content of their character and not the color of their skin; all students will be treated as individuals and not as a member of a specific oppressed group.
Here is the conversation Betsey DeVos had with a collectivist.
Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos told CBS’s “60 Minutes” Sunday Night that the Obama-era school discipline reform policy is now under review.
“We are studying that rule. We need to ensure that all students have an opportunity to learn in a safe and nurturing environment. And all students mean all students,” DeVos told host Lesley Stahl.
Stahl reacted, “Yeah but let’s say there’s a disruption in the classroom and a bunch of white kids are disruptive and they get punished, you know, go see the principal, but the black kids are, you know, they call in the cops. I mean, that’s the issue: who and how the kids who disrupt are being punished.”
DeVos responded, “Arguably, all of these issues or all of this issue comes down to individual kids.”
DeVos replied, “It does come down to individual kids. And–often comes down to–I am committed to making sure that students have the opportunity to learn in an environment that is conducive to their learning.”
Stahl asked, “Do you see this disproportion in discipline for the same infraction as institutional racism?”
“We’re studying it carefully. And are committed to making sure students have the opportunity to learn in safe and nurturing environments,” said DeVos.