Mississippi School System Agrees to Keep More Misbehaving Students in Class

Susan Jones, CNS News, May 31, 2013

Compelled by the U.S. Justice Department, a Mississippi school district has agreed to keep more misbehaving students in the classroom instead of suspending them, expelling them, or letting the police deal with them.

The goal of the consent decree approved by a federal court on Thursday is to “prevent and address racial discrimination in student discipline,” and to keep black students out of the so-called school-to-prison pipeline.

Among other items, the Meridian, Miss., Public School District has agreed to “limit discipline that removes students from classrooms.” That includes suspensions, expulsions and “exclusionary consequences for minor misbehavior.”

Instead of kicking unruly kids out of class, the school district will expand the use of “positive behavior intervention,” which sets clear expectations of students, acknowledges positive behavior, and uses misbehavior as an opportunity for re-teaching instead of punishment.

As part of the consent decree, no longer will police be called to Meridan schools when a student’s misbehavior can be “safely and appropriately handled” by school officials.

“The consent decree approved by the court today (Thursday) will propel meaningful reform in Meridian schools and serve as a blueprint for school districts across the country,” said Jocelyn Samuels, principal deputy assistant attorney general for the Civil Rights Division. “We commend the Meridian Public School District for its commitment to keeping its students in safe and inclusive classrooms, and out of the school-to-prison pipeline.”


Due process protections will be enhanced for students at school disciipline hearings, and the school system’s discipline data will be monitored to “identify and respond to racial disparities.”


The consent decree amends a longstanding federal school desegregation decree enforced by the United States, which prohibits the school district from discriminating against students based on race.

“This consent decree is a major stride toward equal justice and equal opportunity for all students in Meridian,” said Gregory K. Davis, United States Attorney for the Southern District of Mississippi. “The court’s order is a powerful reminder to schools that they may not discriminate against students on the basis of race or another protected status in administering discipline.”


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  • Oh well, it’s not as if white people have actually been able to use Mississippi’s public schools in the last going on 60 years anyway.

    • So CAL Snowman

      That’s what I was thinking. It is just going to result in majority black schools being even more unruly and out of control (if that’s possible). I don’t think anything will change though.

      • anarchyst

        Put fences around them with razor wire , bars on windows and locks on all doors. This will be a way to acclimatize these “yutes” to the “University of Corrections” (where most of them are headed anyway) . . .

        • Patty Mudd

          Right, let’s just go ahead and incarcerate them from childhood. They’re turning public schools into prisons, anyway.

          • sbuffalonative

            Blacks complain that our schools are now a pipeline into the prison-industrial complex. They’re right. They’re the ones promoting it.

          • Anglokraut

            Public schools ARE prisons–even the all-white schools.

    • Jefferson

      Any White parent who sends their White child to a public school district that is 97 percent Black, must have a death wish for their child.

      • The Bobster

        Ask Howard Stern about his “open-minded” parents.

        • Nathanwartooth

          I’ve heard him talk about this a few times.

          He said he couldn’t concentrate on learning because he was always afraid of getting beaten up.

          He gives pretty vivid details about his life in a majority Black school. It’s the nightmare we all know it is.

          • White Elmo

            So that explains his sexual perversians like having a black guy come in off the streets to have sex with blonde white women in the studio!

      • MarcB1969

        As crazy as it sounds, it’s even worse on the White kids in school when there numbers are around 15-25%. I’ve know a lot of Whites who suffered in majority black schools, and the one’s with the worst stories were from kids who attended schools where there were just enough White kids to pose a challenge to the social order.

        • Sick of it

          I can say from experience that when you’re in that 3%, they stare at you with utter contempt. Not a friendly environment in the least.

        • Bubba

          I went to schools that were 65%-70% black. I learned from experience and them crying about disparate impact of school discipline is laughable and I don’t buy it. If I had kids and they were in this school system this would be their last semester there due to this decision. If I couldn’t afford private school I’d move to an upper scale White community with good schools or to a White rural community. I’d rather be poor in a White community than middle class in a mixed one.

      • Romulus

        Any white parent who sends their child to a majority black school should be arrested and flogged for child abuse.

        • Sick of it

          With forced integration via school closures, parents often do not have a choice. Always depends on where you live, but around here you may not have a choice.

          • Romulus

            I feel your pain. True ,… Forced integration by the commies is a bonus for them and horror for us.

          • Romulus

            I was venting my frustrations. Im sure most white folk, if given the choice, would prefer to send their kids to a school of their own flock.

          • Sherman_McCoy

            Go ahead. Send a baboon truant officer to my house to retrieve my little girl to attend your zoo.


      • jay11

        There’s a huge latino enclave close to where I work, and I sometimes find parking on a street with a middle school there. The public schools in the entire area are latino supermajority with a few blacks here and there. The middle school by where I park has exactly two white kids in it. All the rest are latinos (abt 90%) and the rest are black.
        I have seen the white girl at dismissal time about 4-5 times over the last school year. She is always walking alone with head bowed whilst throngs of very loud and wild Mexicans and Dominicans push and shove all around her. She looks so sad and isolated. The one white boy I’ve seen maybe 3 times. He hangs with a big black kid and three or four nerdy Mexicans. He looks so out of place with them and is obviously on the periphery of the friend circle. I have seen no other white kids around that overcrowded school. I often wonder, the few times I’ve seen either one, what kind of parents would do that to their child. I get sad, and try to refocus my energy on my job so I can keep sending my kids to the majority white private school a few blocks away.

        • Sick of it

          Poor parents. White people are the new underclass.

          • r j p

            Sad thing is their school life is probably better than their home life.

        • sbuffalonative

          I saw a girl like that. She was getting on the city bus with an loud, unruly, all black crowd behind her. She kept her head down and her books clenched to her chest. She sat as close to the front of the bus that she could. She looked like she was trying to be invisible. I felt horrible for her.

          • D. H. Andrews

            That White child is a new race realist.

        • whiteuncleruckus

          I would rather just break the law and not send my kids to school. Or send them to school with drugs or weapons so they get expelled.

      • JohnEngelman

        White liberals think integration is a good idea for the children of others.

    • Mr Potato

      Do they have different rules for White and Black students in Mississippi?
      Do they have harsher rules for the Blacks? They don’t do they. The rules are the same for White and Black. If you break the rules you get punished.
      That ol’ disparate impact y’all!

  • Funruffian

    Criminal behavior by Blacks will again be rewarded with positive reinforcement and bribes with money, candy and food. And they wonder why Mississippi has the worst performance levels in schools. Pretty soon the school district will lose all the non-Black teachers who fear for their lives and well-being.
    Here it is, folks, The Marxist dream. Continue to destroy education so the new coddling rules are extended to other areas of the US. I don’t even know why they are called schools anymore. They are just breeding grounds for decadent, savage and anti-social behavior for future felons.

    • Jefferson

      A whopping 97 percent of students who attend public school in Mississippi’s state capital of Jackson are Black. That is why they perform so poorly.

      Jackson’s Black as hell public schools sure as heck are not going to produce any future MENSA members, that’s for damn sure.

  • libertarian1234

    “Mississippi School System Agrees to Keep More Misbehaving Students in Class”

    This is mandated by Holder for “his people.”

    There isn’t anybody who has gone to a school with blacks who doesn’t understand that their unruly…… sometimes criminal…… behavior is out-of-control at a rate many times that of any other racial group.

    The solution would be hurtful punishment, because it’s the only thing those with below average intelligence understand.

    But, as with everything else in trying to correct the ills blacks cause, the solution here is to declare that punishment is biased and based on race in spite of absolute proof to the contrary.

    Obviously, Holder understands that black punishment is not out of line and totally justified, but he thinks that by disciplining them less often and refraining from expelling them he’s going to solve the problem of black drop out rates, and black juvenile crime, because his goal is to help “his people.” He’s causing great harm to schools, teachers, and other students but he doesn’t care. There will be even more school chaos than what exists right now.

    But the good news is that it will likely make blacks behave worse, which has been proven time after time when they are treated with privilege or leniency. And the prisons will fill up much faster than before.


    • Sloppo

      It will make black behavior worse, but it will make the world a better place. The new prison construction industry will stimulate our economy. More police officers will work longer hours, make more money, buy lots of stuff made in China and their economy will benefit also.

    • The Bobster

      In Pa., the blowgunners are marching on Harrisburg, demanding mo monies fo’ da skoos and less fo’ da prisons. Let’s see how that works out.

      • Romulus

        I saw that article as well. Hopefully ,the gangbangers in West killadelphia will ensure another banner year in decreased numbers of Boyz in da hood.

      • Bubba

        What these idiots don’t understand is that schools are funded with a lot of local tax money which is why White enclaves with a good tax base typically have nice schools. We all have to fund the prison system.

      • evilsandmich

        demanding mo monies fo’ da skoos and less fo’ da prisons
        I’m sure if they were honest they would say ‘or’ and put the second option first.

    • Allan477

      I’d like to see Holder spending a day alone in a classroom with 30 unruly kids. It might be a dose of reality for him.

      • Patty Mudd

        I’d like to see Holder spending a day with 30 of us.

      • Sick of it

        I’d rather see him spend 30 years behind bars for his crimes.

        • Sherman_McCoy

          I’d rather see him boiling in a African cannibal’s pot.

    • Sick of it

      It wasn’t as bad with corporal punishment. I feel sorry for kids and teachers who have to deal with them today.

  • Sloppo

    This is an interesting article because it identified another terrible thing that white people have been doing to black people. I never knew that us evil white people have been pushing black people from schools into prisons through pipes. I’m white and I feel so guilty now.

    • Aspiring rapper

      Those must be some huge pipes – have you seen the waist size of the average black in Mississippi?

  • Ron Strong

    If one’s purpose were to deny an education to black children, I can think of no better policy than to keep the most disruptive students in the classroom.
    What better way to keep those who want to learn from focusing on their teachers’ instructions. What better way to keep them down than to keep a cadre of thugs around to beat up anyone who starts acting white by being successful.

    • evilsandmich

      They don’t seem to care as they keep voting for people who endorse those policies.

    • So CAL Snowman

      They really are crabs in a bucket, aren’t they?

  • evilsandmich

    … the school district will expand the use of “positive behavior intervention,” which sets clear expectations of students, acknowledges positive behavior, and uses misbehavior as an opportunity for re-teaching instead of punishment.

    If my cat could read that, it would be trying to cover it up with kitty litter.

    • Robert Binion

      “Lime heals all wounds.”–Pyewacket

    • r j p

      If your cat could read it would probably sound more articulate than the average black.

    • guest

      It may sound like mumbo-jumbo to us but Dontavius knows exactly what it means: he can’t be punished. No one has authority over him. He can do whatever he wants and the only thing that will happen is he’ll get a limp-wristed talking to, which he will enjoy because he’ll be able to mock the powerless “authority” figure and get attention. Dontavius may not be smart, but he does understand power and authority.

    • World_War_Me


  • MikeS

    “As part of the consent decree, no longer will police be called to
    Meridan schools when a student’s misbehavior can be “safely and
    appropriately handled” by school officials.”

    If they’re not going to call the police then they will be calling for an ambulance.

    • Bubba

      Brilliant! This is just what I predict will happen: Their policy will backfire on them when a ‘yoof’ that should have been expelled seriously injures another student leading to a lawsuit. We should keep up with this story so that, heaven forbid, if it is a White student injured, we can advocate in their favor.

  • MarcB1969

    Coming to a public school near you. Disparate Impact is being discussed now for implementation in arresting criminals as well…

  • bigone4u

    This forced action by the Feds is just one more example of how standards are lowered by the die-versity crowd in every sphere of our society. We are forced to hire unqualified blacks in our businesses, forced to accept anti-white propaganda in our schools, forced to watch interracial “porn” on TV (Cheerios), and now forced to accept thugs in the classroom. All behaviors are equal in this not-so-brave new world created by the insane white-hating affirmative action bureaucrats. I am glad I am old enough to be able to partially withdraw. We must all withdraw and resist in every way we can and support each other all we can.

  • anon

    All that that is going to do is make white flight even more extreme than it already is. When Dontavius knows that he can get away with anything, his behavior will become even worse and the school will be even more intolerable for white students.

    I presume that MI’s schools are already highly segregated and this will make them even more segregated, if that’s possible. Long term, the cool thing is that once public schools become entirely black-run and black students only, taxpayers (whites) will see no reason to fund the system at all.

  • The Bobster

    Instead of kicking unruly kids out of class, the school district will expand the use of “positive behavior intervention,” which sets clear expectations of students, acknowledges positive behavior, and uses misbehavior as an opportunity for re-teaching instead of punishment

    LOL! Like this haven’t been tried before. How long before the tootsie rolls game the system?

    • Alexandra1973

      I wouldn’t object to the use of tranquilizer darts….

  • exLibtard

    This is good news. Let the blacks continue to tear up the schools. This policy needs to go nationwide. The more people are forced to face systemic black dysfunction, the more realist they will become. It’s a steep price to be paid, but it’s worth it.

  • The__Bobster

    “The court’s order is a powerful reminder to schools that they may not discriminate against students on the basis of race or another protected status in administering discipline.”

    They were “discriminated against” because of their behavior, not their skin color. Okay, granted, there IS such a thing as TNB.

  • razmus4real

    How do you re-teach kids that are impossible to rehabilitate much less educate and who have no social redeeming values…idiots.

  • jay11

    As a long time teacher who has taught loads of black students in majority black schools I can tell you this policy will only make things worse. Why? Because that’s what’s been going on for over 40 years now anyway. Black students are almost never punished according to their misdeeds, and they get away with an awful lot that would shock and amaze you. I’m in the trenches. I know.

    • Nathanwartooth

      If this ever extends to the successful Black charter schools, they are screwed.

      The only way they can keep the kids in line is with harsh punishments and expelling kids who are unruly.

  • Frank Wheeler

    Watch out Ivy League, because in a few years you are going to be overwhelmed with qualified applicants from Mississippi.

    This is such a fricken joke like it’s going to make a bit of difference. The only good thing I can see from all this is that if you force these dirtballs to go to school the more likely is that they will go truant and leave the three kids alone who actually do value education.

    • r j p

      Holder and company probably can’t understand, but they are devaluing their own affirmative action granted degrees. When you put people into a school that is nearly impossible to flunk out of and who have no reason being there, there is only going to be widespread abuse.

  • APaige

    So…instead on directly punishing the students who misbehave…indirectly punish the students that behave. Only liberals can come up with a system/process that hurts people more than a violent hate group. Black groups should be protesting this policy, but they are told it is to fight racism….fools.

    • Fighting_Northern_Spirit

      Black groups should be protesting this policy
      Oh, that’s coming, I guarantee it. When their little darlings fail, they will loudly blame the schools yet again, and moonbat solution #5,334,112 will be implemented. It’s like ghetto dwellers moaning about police brutality and white oppression, so the police disappear and whites flee, and then the ghetto dwellers moan about police neglect and white flight.

      • World_War_Me

        That last sentence is brilliant. May I use it sometime?

        • Fighting_Northern_Spirit

          Thanks. It’s probably not original with me (certainly the sentiment is not), but we all pick up ideas from many sources and I can’t keep straight where I read things.

  • r j p

    Take Mississippi’s Public Schools out of the oven. They are officially done.
    The goal ….. is …. to keep black students out of the so-called school-to-prison pipeline.
    I think this is going to do nothing except expand the pipeline when blacks spend 14+ years of their life living in a world where rules don’t apply.

    • Sick of it

      Yeah, they’re going to have trouble getting teachers now.

    • I would turn the phrase “school to prison pipeline” into a drinking game if I didn’t quit drinking awhile back.

      • evilsandmich

        You think that they’ll ever have a period of introspection in a few years to see how wrong they were? (HA!)

        • Introspection? Dat be sumpin’ de honkeys stole fom us and keeps for demselbes and der famblies. Gnome sayin’?

  • Rhialto

    On the VDare site, there is an article by neo-paleocon Buchanan about the grave danger that China is posing to America. Buccanon may be right, but after reading the above article, I don’t care.

  • ye ol’ swampyankee

    Too bad Mississippi doesn’t have mountains. All southern states with the exception of FLA, LA and good ol’ MS, have them. Go into the mountains and what you’ll usually find are super majority white populations and of course, the schools are a reflection of this. Even southern blacks don’t feel easy going into those mountains. The Appalachians, Ouchita’s and Ozarks are the only options, if the goal is avoidance.

    • Robert Binion

      Go up high enough, into fell mountain valleys and find Arcadia. Stumble across a stream, bang your nose on hemlock bridge ( keep it moist and it will last forever) look up in wonder–to see the Lady. Went there once, with a gal from the monastery, went back home to Spain and had herself some kids. “Sorry to see her isolated,” I said to a friend as she sat and gazed upon the laurel. “She is not alone,” he said.

  • MekongDelta69

    Jocelyn Samuels (principal deputy assistant attorney general for the Civil Rights Division) used to be the Vice President for Education & Employment at the National Women’s Law Center http://www.discoverthenetworks.org/groupProfile.asp?grpid=6969 [A far left feminazi group], which is exactly why Eric ‘My Peeps’ Hold-Em-Up picked her for this anti-white position.

    All this garbage has been tried (and of course, failed), for 50 years. When something doesn’t work, all a leftist has to do is scream “racism” and then throw even more (of YOUR) money at the problem.

    NO race hustler at the ‘top’ of their ‘profession’ gives a damn about their minions. They only want their money and their votes. That’s exactly why all the DIE-versity hucksters went into orgasmic states around 1964-1965. Their Lottery tickets just sailed into port…

  • Bon, From the Land of Babble

    Compelled by the U.S. Justice Department, a Mississippi school district has agreed to keep more misbehaving students in the classroom.

    This is being implemented in my district too, most likely it’s a nation-wide movement driven by lawsuits and pushed by the feds. Few understand how truly aberrant black behavior is in the schools.

    Positive behavior does not work on unruly black students; nothing does.

    The new, no-suspension policy plus forced implementation of the odious Bill Ayers-written Common Core Curriculum are the reasons for A LOT of retirements this year with even more planned for next year. Any teacher who can is getting out, taking early retirement if possible.

    Let the ACLU, DOJ and Jocelyn Samuels of the Civil Rights Division teach black students, because they’re going to be the only ones left after teachers flee the schools.


    • r j p

      Bill Ayers wrote the Common Core Curriculum?

      • MekongDelta69

        Bill Ayers is a terrorist and a POS (and of course a ‘distinguished'[sic] professor).

        He didn’t directly write the CCC, but he did endorse one of the CCC’s leaders, who did write the CCC.

        • Bon, From the Land of Babble

          His philosophy is ALL over Common Core, it’s based entirely on his teachings and writings — anti-White, anti-American, socialist.

        • Glickstein44

          Bill Ayers Father was the GodFather of Illinois politics…he was much more instrumental in getting B.O. into the Presidency…


          Funded through the largesse of the Prieuré
          de Sion and its international banking cartel, Thomas G. Ayers, not Mayor Richard
          Daley, was the real
          “Godfather of Illinois Politics.”

          “…Thomas Ayers. This man welded power
          in every way!

          “Thomas G Ayers was many things, but most importantly, he was the behind
          the scenes Godfather of Illinois Politics right up to his death
          last June and beyond. He passed the torch to his sons, especially
          Bill Ayers, Obama’s terrorist friend.

          “Normally, when you have a child who turns out to be a
          criminal of major proportions,
          more so when a child is one of the FBI’s most wanted and a terrorist, life
          usually becomes unbearable: you’re shunned from the community, and employment is
          at risk. But not for Thomas Ayers.
          While his son Bill was bombing America, Thomas
          Ayers was being promoted to one of a highest profile and prestigious
          positions in Illinois and the country. He was also handed the keys to the most
          Nuclear Plants in the country as Chairman of
          Con Ed!

          “So why did no one questioned his promotion?
          When you control a monopoly and you’re the
          Godfather of Illinois politics, anything is possible and no one can stand in
          your way.

          “Many think Mayor
          Richard J. Daley was the Chicago Kingpin till his death, only to be followed
          by his son, Mayor
          Richard M. Daley, but that is not really so. They in fact are simply crooked
          politicians in fancy suits, mouthpieces for those behind the scenes!

          “He was the Chicago establishment, he served on many boards, including
          that of G.D. Searle & Company (Donald Rumsfeld
          was CEO from 1977 to 1985 – that why Obama had such high praise of Rumsfeld?),
          Chicago Pacific Corp (sold Hoover to Maytag in
          1985 – Crown Family), Zenith Corp., Northwest Industries, First
          National Bank of Chicago, the Chicago Cubs and Tribune Co., owner of the
          Chicago Tribune.

          “But it was during his time as CEO of Con Ed that Thomas Ayers learned to
          work both sides of the street, making him the go to person in Illinois, the man
          with the

          ‘power’. It all started in the early 1960’s when he helped negotiate the
          first labor contract between Con Ed and the 12,000 member International
          Brotherhood of Electrical Workers! Thomas Ayers learned then that power comes
          from the streets; he also learned that power came from championing the plight of
          the Black community that provided real power in Chicago!

          “When Rev. Martin Luther King Jr brought his open house campaign to
          Chicago in the mid 1960’s, Thomas Ayers was called upon to negotiate between
          Mayor Richard J. Daley’s administration and the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. He
          also developed the Leadership Council for Metropolitan Open Communities to fight
          racial discrimination in housing.”

      • r j p

        Why was Bonn “moderated”?
        Of course I wonder why I have been “moderated” as of recent too ……

        • Bon, From the Land of Babble

          I’m about to stop posting on AR. Forever.

          • Enticer

            I would give you an up vote on this post but i won’t because i want you to keep posting.

          • r j p

            You post was gone. I saw it, you saw it.
            Now it is majically back. I have had the same thing happen.

          • WhatsMyName

            Why…it’s fun shining the light on these hypocritical cock-roaches…its fun to make the moderator squirm a little and half to work a little.Amren defends free speech!! HarHarHar

          • Please never give up, Bon. I was once completely thrown off AmRen for a certain post about Islam – only four words, all of them each and of itself polite.

      • r j p

        What happened to Bonn’s post?

        • Bon, From the Land of Babble

          WHAT?? Thanks for the head’s up, this isn’t the first time I’ve been forced into the moderation pile with other “questionable” posters.

          Maybe I’m too controversial…

          • r j p

            No, you are not too controversial. My posts have been disappearing too, so I have been hyper vigilant the last week.
            I will admit sometimes I stray a little too far and deserve moderation but I have had simple posts with no controversial statements deleted.

          • TruSeeker

            Too controversial like David Duke? Good point. John Engleman isn’t the new moderator,he is the old moderator with a yarmulke.

          • BlastfromthePast

            This is too controversial too..the truth always seems to be controversial on Amren…


      • Bon, From the Land of Babble

        Yes. Just like he wrote obama’s autobiography. The entire Core Curriculum is based on Ayers’s anti-White blatherings about “social justice” and is mostly indoctrination lessons designed to manipulate children into believing that capitalism, freedom and America are evil.

        the Ayers educational brand or philosophy is all over Common Core…



        This thing is SICKENING and is already being implemented — the most insidious part is that SAT, ACT and state tests are being aligned with the despicable Common Core — meaning private schools and home schoolers won’t be able to escape.


        • r j p

          How can achievement or aptitude tests be alligned with CC?

          • Bon, From the Land of Babble

            The tests are being aligned with the new, improved anti-White, pro-government curriculum. I’ve seen prototypes of the textbooks and the test questions themselves that will (supposedly) measure what students have learned — about global warming, about colonialism, about multiculturalism. The correct answers are the ones that support global warming, the achievements and greatness of non-Whites and the view that Whites were nothing but genocidal colonialists who got rich off of the backs of non-Whites.
            It’s a skewed world view and THIS is what will be tested. Also, the evaluation of teachers will be based on these tests, how well this anti-White, pro-big government agenda is being taught to America’s children.


          • convairXF92

            One of the favorite ace-the-SAT prep books (Joe Jewell’s *Up Your Score*) says to pick the most “politically correct”-sounding answer if otherwise stuck, as the test writers are biased to the left. This book was written some years ago (2004 or earlier). I hate to see what a 2014 prep book would say; then again, that would alert a wider population to what’s going on.

        • r j p

          Says Bill Ayers as he deposits trust fund check “Capitalism is evil”.

          Bill Ayers is a pathethic POS.I have seen him organizing in Chicago.

  • dean53

    Wikipedia says for the 2006-07 school year, the racial makeup of the Meridian ISD was 82.90% African American, 15.25% White, 1.09% Hispanic, 0.65% Asian, and 0.12% Native American, and 71.7% of the district’s students were eligible to receive free lunch.

    So what this new ruling means is that the white percentage will shrink even more, thereby further depriving poor blacks of the company of white students (and a punching bag).

  • brengunn

    “The court’s order is a powerful reminder to schools that they may not
    discriminate against students on the basis of race or another protected
    status in administering discipline.”

    Hang on, aren’t these pupils being expelled for bad behaviour rather than because they’re black? So what this rule really means is that the black students can’t be expelled no matter how they behave because they’re black! So they’ve made the law racially discriminatory when it was colour blind. Jesus Christ.

    You know, all these type of cases are self defeating for black people. What this actually means is that they cater for their worst citizens at the expense of those who are better behaved all because of some misplaced racial solidarity and hatred of the white man. Black people always want people to know that not all of them are criminals but here they are again choosing their future criminals over their better behaved kids. That says a lot about their mentality.

  • White Mom in WDC

    Dude, my BS detector is screaming here. Schools are just being strong armed to keep this future criminal element within school walls for supervision so they don’t go wild in the commuuuuuuuuunity. The school is just a containment cell substituting for jail.

    • PesachPatriot

      I always like to joke that the american public school system is basically a large minimum security prison designed to keep you off the streets until age 18 and prepare you for the mind numbing soul crushing reality of your adult job. You make a good point…trying to impose discipline is a waste of time and expelling them from school would dump them on the streets to commit crime and mayhem.

  • r j p

    Here is my plan, private coordinated mutli-student home schooling:
    A bunch of white kids get home schooled by a mom, Mary. The state (in my plan) re-imburses her at 75% of the rate spent on public schools. Mary only educates select students of friends and neighbors in her basement or spare room.
    That money is disbursed to her for her school costs and salary. She picks up used text books and classics to use for pennies. No free lunch because Jill would never send her kid to Mary’s school without lunch (but Jack might forget it occasionally so he might need some sustanance). Mary educate’s first and second graders. Two years after Mary starts her school, Allison starts a school for third and fourth graders in her basement. Within a few years there is an entire home school network in a neighborhood, selectively educating students from K through 12 outside of the boundaries of the state educational system.
    Pull out people. Let them have it. Once you give it to them, it is their …. just like Detroit

    • Anglokraut

      Well then, I’m already working on my homeschool-mom skills. My best friend sends her kids to a charter school, but unfortunately two of her three children are dyslexic. One is so bad she should just be listed as functionally illiterate, the poor thing.
      I’m not sure why, but my friend’s youngest boy was held back at the end of the year, which makes me wonder why this school passed his illiterate sister, but retained the slightly more literate youngest child. My goal is to get this boy caught up by August, so he can pass a placement exam, and go on to fifth grade. I’ve also been asked to work with my friend’s daughter, because while listening to this 13 year read is like listening to a six-year old stumble through a Goldenbook, she has a great mind for math and science; I’ve been asked to introduce her to algebra.

      And since I can’t find any “mainstream” work, I’m happy to make money where I can while doing something I enjoy.

      • World_War_Me

        Well, if it helps, I just happened to read a post the other day from a guy who, while looking to help a dyslexic client, came across a “dyslexic friendly browser that incorporates weighted text…a special font that has the letters be thicker at the bottom that at the top (studies show that this helps some but not all dyslexic persons to auto correct the letters orientation in their mind).”

        Apparently, there’s an iOS app as well as Chrome and Firefox Extensions.

        Here’s a link to the guy’s post and some comments/discussion:


        I am not promoting this, cannot verify anything about it; I know zero about dyslexia and even less about the OpenWEB item itself. But I figured I’d mention it in case you think it might help the situation. It’s a pretty cool story too.

  • guest

    This is great news. Demetrius will learn that there are NO consequences to whatever he does. This will not improve his behavior. The few remaining white children in these integrated schools will need to leave. The school system will go 100% segregated. White parents (taxpayers) will stop feeling the need to fund a black-run system that “serves” only blacks. That is good news.

  • Nick Gherz

    Ironically, if the Mississippi school system wanted to build a school-to-prison pipeline, this is what it would look like.

  • guest

    I feel sorry for today’s young white students. So many of them don’t realize how bad they have it in today’s public schools where teachers discriminate against white students and are too afraid to discipline troublemaking non-white students. They’re too afraid of being seen as racists for disciplining troublemaking non-white students who don’t even care to learn anything in school, so they either make up excuses for them or look the other way.

  • JohnEngelman

    The goal of the consent decree approved by a federal court on Thursday is to “prevent and address racial discrimination in student discipline,” and to keep black students out of the so-called school-to-prison pipeline.

    – Susan Jones, CNS News, May 31, 2013

    For the safety of decent students in Mississippi public schools the pipeline needs to flow faster.

  • JohnEngelman

    Throughout the United States hundreds of thousand, perhaps millions of disproportionately black students cannot be educated and violently interfere with the education of students who can be educated.

    Trouble makers should be permanently expelled so that teachers can teach and students can learn. What will happen to trouble makers once they are expelled? The same thing that happens to them anyway. They will end up in prison. The sooner they get there and the longer they stay the sooner America will become a safe place for decent people.

    The only way to get any value out of trouble makers is with prison labor.

    • MBlanc46

      I think there’s a middle ground. First, recognize the difference in average intelligence between the races, and that many blacks are suited only for manual labor. Then provide such labor. Finally, with a combination of carrots and sticks, see that they do. If a Negro leaves school at 14 (or even 12) to dig ditches, he ceases to be a behavior problem at school, and is probably less likely to be a behavior problem generally, as a day of ditch digging leaves one little energy for acting up (says one who’s never spent a day digging ditches in his life).

      • JohnEngelman

        I’ve digged ditches before. It is good exercise. If you have a partner you like to talk to it can be fun.

        There are blacks who have the intelligence and the desire to learn. One of the most intelligent and interesting friends I have ever had was a black college professor.

        Liberals do blacks like him a lot of harm by reducing expulsions in public schools.

        • MBlanc46

          I also have known many hardworking, intelligent blacks. My next door neighbors are black (really) and they’re as decent and hardworking as any people you’ll ever meet. But I’ve also encountered many ghetto rats who are a menace to society. As far as I’m concerned, the former are welcome to integrate into society, but the latter have to be put to productive labor and kept from criminal behavior. I quite agree that not suspending or expelling sends exactly the wrong message.

          • JohnEngelman

            Blacks are more likely to be victims of black criminals than whites. Therefore blacks benefit more from a policy of scraping the criminals off of the streets and shoveling them into prison.

          • MBlanc46

            It’s the criminality and the violence. Very often prison is the only alternative. But I do think that putting them to work will have many positive benefits (including it being less expensive than prison for us). There are blacks families in which no one has worked for three or four generations (and I’m not talking Rockefellers here). You can’t base a society on AFDC, Section 8, and the drug trade.

  • MBlanc46

    “[M]isbehavior as an opportunity for re-teaching”. I’m not a big fan of the education establishment, but sometimes you have to feel sorry for them. Some federal judge who’s probably not been in a classroom since law school, orders them to stop suspending and expelling black teens (for TNB). They’ve got to put some sort of positive spin on it. They could have done worse.


    How come we didn’t have these problems in 1955 ?????

  • Fester’s Uncle

    Some more of that incorrigible bastard Eric Holder’s handywork with full support from the Kenyan in chief.

  • Ella

    In Germany, re-education can mean a trip to Siberia -the latest work farm program to straighten out some German, youth hoodlums. There is no discrimination here but just hard work. Well, I think 2–3 hours of farm labour in Georgia would be a great cure for these misbehaving youths. There are always answers. Another idea would be Boot-camp with a Black sergeant of course who will not tolerate this delinquency. Georgia has much military……..put it to a better use. If not they’ll just terrorize the classrooms, regardless of race, and become big bullies both to students and teachers.

    • Ella

      Oh, I meant Mississippi, not GA. It does not sound like Mississippi though! I thought too broad here.

  • David Ashton

    A classroom should be a place where students whatever their race or intelligence are able to learn. Those who disrupt this process should not be there. Teachers should have some ability to keep control when faced with a moderate amount of resistant boredom among their students, but should not have any unruly and aggressive young people pushed into the room. The rights of those who wish to learn and work should be absolutely paramount. The smaller and more homogeneous the class (race, culture, IQ, etc) the better.

    In Britain, a few black educationists advocate the “strictest” possible policy inside schools and classrooms; they would also like corporal punishment, which is illegal here. But the problem has always been politically motivated or naive “liberal” among the management, not the experienced and hardworking teacher. I comment as someone who has taught English and History in different state secondary schools in the UK – multiracial, mainly white, mainly black, mainly south Asian, single-gender, co-educational, urban, semi-rural, comprehensive and selective; and unlike the political bosses I know whereof I speak.

  • How long before one of the teachers wind up dead.

  • Aspiring rapper

    If you refuse to be firm with your dog, the dog won’t obey your rules. Blacks are the same way. But at least the dog looks cute stealing food.

  • Roger

    Lump and clump “thinking” and “misperception” may be at work in some of this. Forty years ago, careful study of school drop out statistics, revealed that for the abler Blacks , dropping out did not seem to have a negative impact a few years hence as compared to those abler students who plugged through, pro forma, to finish their “education”. Abler Blacks becoming self employed as auto mechanics, roofers, truck farmers, etc, probably benefit from dropping out as distinct from the time theft of mere pro forma school attendance and a ceremonial diploma ?