DOJ crazy train Eric Holder

Update to this story.

So understand very clearly what the DOJ is explicitly saying: if there is more discipline meted out to black students, even if warranted, it violates Federal law.

It will cause schools not only to not discipline those who should be disciplined, but to discipline those who should not be…to make the numbers “fair”.

This is lunacy.

What teacher will then ever discipline any black student, with that as a standard? It is a recipe for anarchy.

Via Daily Caller:

Education experts decried a new memo from the Departments of Justice and Education that instructs public schools throughout the country to cease punishing disruptive students if they fall into certain racial categories, such as black or Hispanic.

The letter, released on Wednesday, states that it is a violation of federal law for schools to punish certain races more than others, even if those punishments stem from completely neutral rules. For example, equal numbers of black students and white students should be punished for tardiness, even if black students are more often tardy than white students.

Here is the relevant section of the letter:

“Schools also violate Federal law when they evenhandedly implement facially neutral policies and practices that, although not adopted with the intent to discriminate, nonetheless have an unjustified effect of discriminating against students on the basis of race.

Examples of policies that can raise disparate impact concerns include policies that impose mandatory suspension, expulsion, or citation (e.g., ticketing or other fines or summonses) upon any student who commits a specified offense — such as being tardy to class, being in possession of a cellular phone, being found insubordinate, acting out, or not wearing the proper school uniform.”

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