Superintendent who presided over widespread student violence gets fired — and $787,500

By Steve Gunn on Wednesday, June 22nd, 2016

ST. PAUL, Minn. – The superintendent who presided over a rash of student violence in the St. Paul school district over the past few years has been fired. But she will not leave empty-handed. The St. Paul school board voted to give Valeria Silva $787,500 as part of her separation agreement. That dollar amount will […]


California judge accused of ruling based on ‘white privilege’

By Steve Gunn on Friday, June 17th, 2016

PALO ALTO, Calif. – If a former judge is going to accuse of current judge of making a decision based on “white privilege,” shouldn’t there be some concrete evidence? There is obviously a lot of outrage – perhaps justified – over California Judge Aaron Persky’s recent decision to give Brock Turner, a star swimmer at […]


University of Wisconsin students to undergo mandatory ‘cultural competency training’

By Steve Gunn on Tuesday, June 14th, 2016

MADISON, Wis. – Is the University of Wisconsin-Madison running the risk of having minority students viewed as being coddled and overprotected from “seemingly minor or unintentional” slights? Is it creating an environment where the slightest statement or action could provoke a finger-pointing witch hunt for students who are accused of insensitivity? Is it encouraging minority […]


Education prof claims ‘jury is still out’ on effectiveness of homeschooling

By Victor Skinner on Monday, June 6th, 2016

RICHMOND, Va. – Despite evidence showing homeschool students outperform their public school peers in academics, and a growing movement of parents educating their own children, Virginia Union University professor Matthew Lynch claims “the jury is still out” on the effectiveness of homeschooling. Lynch doesn’t think many parents have what it takes to teach their children […]


School offers counseling after student unfurls Confederate flag, declares ‘White Privilege Day’

By Steve Gunn on Thursday, June 2nd, 2016

GLENDALE, Wis. – Perhaps it’s time for K-12 education officials across Wisconsin to ask themselves if the “white privilege” message that’s been seeping into classrooms is doing more harm than good. Is it bringing students of different races closer together? Is it creating more understanding, tolerance and unity? Or is it breeding anger and animosity […]


‘White privilege’ blamed for Cincinnati gorilla’s death

By Steve Gunn on Wednesday, June 1st, 2016

CINCINNATI, Ohio – Before university or K-12 students are subjected to any more lessons on “white privilege,” they should know that the information they’re hearing may very well be nonsense. That’s because the talking heads in the “white privilege” crowd will grasp at anything – anything – in an attempt to stir up racial animosity. […]


‘White privilege’ pioneer admits race just one of many factors that impact lives

By Steve Gunn on Friday, May 27th, 2016

The woman who coined the term “white privilege” and is credited as the founder of the modern movement of the same name, has acknowledged that privilege in our society comes in many different forms, depending on the many variables and circumstances that impact individual lives. It’s much more than just a racial thing. In an […]


San Fran students, parents, teachers protest AGAINST ‘restorative justice’ policy

By Victor Skinner on Wednesday, May 25th, 2016

SAN FRANCISCO – Parents, teachers and students at Monroe Elementary School are protesting student discipline procedures because they contend administrators refuse to remove unruly students from the classroom. The backlash against San Francisco Unified School District’s relatively new approach to student discipline mirrors complaints from teachers and parents in other districts across the country with […]


‘Diversity’ speaker contracts reveal lifestyles of rich and famous ‘social justice warriors’

By Steve Gunn on Wednesday, May 18th, 2016

COLUMBUS, Ohio – With racial tensions boiling over in some sectors of society, transgender issues provoking debate, and progressive academics pushing radical concepts like “white privilege,” universities have been investing more money in departments and programs addressing racial and cultural diversity. At some schools, like Ohio State University, it’s a great deal of money. The […]


Education professors push ‘white privilege’ training for all teachers

By Victor Skinner on Friday, May 13th, 2016

NEW YORK – New teachers who treat students of all races the same have it all wrong, because that approach “perpetuates a systemic stratification in our schools, sustaining the achievement gap and perhaps inadvertently maintains long-standing control by the dominant culture,” according to a new study. Academics at Marywood University, The College of Saint Rose […]


Minneapolis schools miscalculate budget by $17 million

By Victor Skinner on Thursday, May 12th, 2016

MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. – The Minneapolis School District miscalculated its current budget by as much as $17 million, continuing a tradition of questionable money management that’s plagued the district for years. District officials told the Minneapolis Star-Tribune Wednesday that the district faces a $15 million to $17 million shortfall for the current school year after administrators […]


‘Racial justice educator’ urges Jews to admit their ‘white privilege’

By Victor Skinner on Thursday, May 5th, 2016

SUMMIT, N.J. – “Racial justice educator” Debby Irving is heading to Summit, New Jersey next week to explain to Jews at the Beth Hatikvah synagogue how they’re “white privilege” feeds into America’s “white supremacist” culture. After all, Irving told the New Jersey Jewish News, if anyone should recognize a system of oppression and work to […]


‘The White Problem’ lecture series promises no ‘be nice’ approach

By Steve Gunn on Thursday, May 5th, 2016

THUNDER BAY, Ontario – The ”white privilege” movement isn’t limited to the United States. Canadian radicals have taken up the banner of the angry movement, which portrays black people as victims, white people as villains, and does little to promote empathy and harmony between the races. One of those Canadian radicals – Dave Cryderman of […]


University pays communist former Black Panther $18,500 for 3-hour appearance

By Steve Gunn on Wednesday, May 4th, 2016

WILMINGTON, N.C. – Many college and university diversity offices have sprung up in recent years, ostensibly to build stronger ties between students and faculty of different races, and help make higher education more accessible and rewarding for minority students. But many of the people who run those offices tend to have a strong bond with […]


U holds segregated race-based student retreats to combat ‘white privilege’

By Steve Gunn on Wednesday, April 27th, 2016

CORVALLIS, Oregon – Oregon State University is apparently trying to battle racial unrest by using the old Jim Crow method – keeping white and black students segregated from each other. The university recently spent approximately $11,500 on “social justice” retreats for students that took place in January, according to TheCollegeFix.com, which obtained the spending records through a freedom of […]


UPDATE: Spanish teacher who quizzed middle schoolers over ‘privilege’ resigns

By Victor Skinner on Friday, April 15th, 2016

TAMPA, Fla. – A Tampa middle school Spanish teacher who incited parental outrage with a student questionnaire about “privilege” resigned on Thursday. First year teacher Yoselis Ramos, 23, asked her seventh- and eighth-grade students at Monroe Middle School last week to fill out an assignment titled “How much privilege do you have?” that inquired about […]