Univ. of Wisconsin-Madison Wants Professors To Distribute Grades To Students Equally Among Races

If you think this is crazy, check your privilege, or something:


A new policy at the University of Wisconsin — Madison states that good grades should be distributed equally among students of different races.

The policy, named the “Framework for Diversity and Inclusive Excellence,” calls for “proportional participation of historically underrepresented racial-ethnic groups at all levels of an institution, including high status special programs, high-demand majors, and in the distribution of grades.”

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UW — Madison professor W. Lee Hansen wrote about his concerns with the policy in a piece published Wednesday.

“Professors, instead of just awarding the grade that each student earns, would apparently have to adjust them so that academically weaker, ‘historically underrepresented racial/ethnic’ students perform at the same level and receive the same grades as academically stronger students,” he wrote.

Maybe if Democrats weren’t running the “historically underrepresented racial ethic groups’s” elementary and high schools, they wouldn’t be underrepresented.

Maybe if Democrats, through their social experimentation, hadn’t destroyed the black family and fathers were still a party of the black family, they wouldn’t have to redistribute grades.

Maybe if Democrats were ever held accountable for any of the destruction they’ve caused in this country, we would stop reading nonsense like this.


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