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Teacher program focuses on ‘white privilege,’ creating separate standards for minority students

On the surface “CREATE Wisconsin” seems noble enough in its intent.

The program, established in 2009 by the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction, was supposedly developed to help school teachers and administrators better understand the challenges facing minority students – particularly black kids – in the state’s K-12 schools.

It argues that minority students sometimes struggle because public education is geared toward white students, and lessons are often delivered in a manner that minority students can’t understand.

It argues that too many minority students are placed in special education because school officials fail to understand their strengths, challenges and cultural norms.

In short, the achievement gap that exists between white and minority students has less to do with ability than culture, and the lack of a level playing field in schools.

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