At the Urban Action Academy in Brooklyn, New York, cheating “is so blatant, even intellectually disabled students pass rigorous state tests.”
So allege various faculty at the school.
Staffers also claim that one administrator said it was “discrimination” if teachers tried to prevent students from cheating.
Assistant Principal Jordan Barnett allegedly had warned school staff to “back off” and told them that “[they] themselves would not have gotten anywhere if they didn’t cheat in school.”
She said that “we cannot treat students like criminals,” and stated if teachers didn’t want to “work with this demographic” (the school is 81% black, 11% Hispanic) they should go elsewhere.
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