Curriculum in Today’s Classroom

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  1. I like “The Boy Crisis” What with wondering as the Jesuits told me, I would get hair on the palms of my hands, and go blind at a young age. Neither happened yet. WTF?

  2. The “boy crisis” is something that is actually real, unlike just about all of the the things preceding on the list. The “boy crisis” has to to with diagnosing so many boys with ADHD, placing them on drugs, socially dismissing them, and their subsequent failure in schooling. They lack behind girls in English and Writing. And the girls have now equaled them in math and science proficiency. 60%-40% of girls-boys are in college today.
    Also: “Women overall continue to have greater post-secondary success than men: In 2015, 39 percent of women aged 25 to 29 had completed a bachelor’s degree, while the same was true for 32 percent of men.”

  3. @Meerkat Brzezinski March 16, 2017 at 6:36 am

    So, the “crisis” is the program’s thinning of the “target rich” environment? It looks like that’s the… what?… oh… never mind.

  4. Wow! My generation had problems with navel gazing, earwax, peer pressure, and restlessness. Of course the adults said it was because we couldn’t keep ourselves busy like they did. Elvis and the Beatles were a problem too.

    Just goes to show you how times changed.

  5. “The Boy Crisis” is definely the only real topic on that retarded, leftist, triggered pseudo social issues list. Boys are stategically maligned by progressives to weaken and control society.
    Strong responsible, God fearing, creative, independent men are a threat to commununist domination.

  6. IT’S THE SAME CURRICULUM SINCE 1992 AT LEAST!

    I saved and used almost the same report for SEVERAL classes.

    The entire apparatus is anti-white men, and social justice warriorism. There is no actual education anymore, it’s all social work.

  7. I’d have a blast in that class!

    In college I had an English/Literature class, I forget exactly, we’re going back over 2 decades. It was a small class, maybe 20 students, so I’m thinking it wasn’t a GE course. Anyway the professor was a woman with a Brit-like accent and she had a solid left lean. I recall these odd sessions where we either read or were read to about some topic and the class would discuss meaning, style, etc.

    Invariably she would push the class in a direction that was painfully liberal and I wouldn’t tolerate it, I took pride in cutting across that grain. It eventually became somewhat of a joke to her and the class, but to her credit, she was fair and didn’t silence me. Sure, there were jabs at me during the lecture, like; “Mr. Soandso will not agree, but…”

    I had a lot of fun with that course, it most importantly taught me to question my teachers and not accept their instruction at face value.

  8. My fourth grade teacher said I was ‘bound for Prison’ because I climbed things, pushed and rough-housed and wouldn’t stay still in class.
    My old man told her that I was a boy, and that is what boys do.
    Then he gave her permission to beat the crap out of me.

  9. UNCLEAN, UNCLEAN. [something that these people ought to shout when the walk among others in the streets]
    Out and out brainwashing is what that is, trust me.

  10. I took an English Lit course at Berkeley in the 70’s from a good looking prof that didn’t own a bra ! Looks like the listed courses would require a similar amount of concentration.

  11. @Nunya Bidness March 16, 2017 at 5:07 am

    > Women’s silence?

    The deplorable version: Two Irishmen walk out of a bar. Hey! It could happen!

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