Message from Outboarduniform in The Right Server #serious

2018-09-22 05:59:11 UTC  

the black ones weren't educated?

2018-09-22 05:59:17 UTC  

There weren't enough.

2018-09-22 05:59:19 UTC  

not to the same extent

2018-09-22 05:59:23 UTC  

and not in great enough numbers

2018-09-22 05:59:29 UTC  

It was harder for african americans to get a degree back then.

2018-09-22 05:59:35 UTC  

So what you're saying is that blacks *need* whites @agag

2018-09-22 05:59:40 UTC  

Less teachers....worse schools...worse students..less teachers

2018-09-22 05:59:45 UTC  

It's a vicious cycle.

2018-09-22 05:59:53 UTC  

I'm saying blacks need education and that education requires resources that were unavailable to them

2018-09-22 06:00:05 UTC  

And techincally no they didn't, but we do have some resposbility to help alleivate a siutation we did cause

2018-09-22 06:00:08 UTC  

and state governments wouldn't have stepped in to help because there's no motive for them to do so

2018-09-22 06:00:16 UTC  

What collegee degree do you need to teach basic math in elementary school

2018-09-22 06:00:27 UTC  

to do it well? yes you need one

2018-09-22 06:00:29 UTC  

and you need training

2018-09-22 06:00:30 UTC  

did you forget high school?

2018-09-22 06:00:37 UTC  

Remember Calculus?

2018-09-22 06:00:49 UTC  

You need a bachelors degree

2018-09-22 06:00:51 UTC  

Calculus was not taught in high school in segregation era

2018-09-22 06:00:58 UTC  

Pre alebra even.

2018-09-22 06:01:03 UTC  

Or trig

2018-09-22 06:01:05 UTC  

Calculus isn’t taught in high school currently

2018-09-22 06:01:06 UTC  

We are talking about segregation era, brainlet @Outboarduniform

2018-09-22 06:01:07 UTC  

but mathematics wasn't limited to 2+2=4

2018-09-22 06:01:10 UTC  

even then

2018-09-22 06:01:17 UTC  

you need a degree to do the job well

2018-09-22 06:01:22 UTC  


2018-09-22 06:01:27 UTC  

@Mord the requirements for teachers didn’t change I’m pretty sure

2018-09-22 06:01:33 UTC  

@Outboarduniform it is at my school for sure

2018-09-22 06:01:42 UTC  

Yeah it's common core...

2018-09-22 06:02:00 UTC  

I'm pretty sure we've been teaching calculus in high school for a while now

2018-09-22 06:02:10 UTC  

Morb t's okay if you haven't really thought this out all the way.

2018-09-22 06:02:28 UTC  

@agag at my school it was elective

2018-09-22 06:02:45 UTC  

The highest math class was personal finance

2018-09-22 06:02:50 UTC  

After Algebra 2

2018-09-22 06:02:55 UTC  

it's an advanced class at mine too

2018-09-22 06:03:03 UTC  

you don't have to take it but you can if you're not dumb

2018-09-22 06:03:06 UTC  

I went to a bougie school then lol

2018-09-22 06:03:10 UTC  

and did higher level math earlier

2018-09-22 06:03:13 UTC  

What's common core up to?

2018-09-22 06:03:21 UTC  

Algebra II right?

2018-09-22 06:03:41 UTC  

@Noxar Also okay