Thursday, January 21, 2016

NC: Professor requires students write 8-page ‘commitment to social justice’

Via Ol' Remus

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Students also told to Like left-wing Facebook pages

A teacher at the University of North Carolina-Greensboro requires students in her class to write an 8-page commitment to social justice — pupils who take her class because it’s a required course to earn a K-12 teaching credential.

An assignment in instructor Revital Zilonka’s “Institution of Education” class tells future North Carolina teachers that “by the end of the semester, you are required to write your own personal/professional commitment to social justice,” the syllabus states.

The class mandates a list of feminist and Marxist readings, and students’ “commitment” is expected to be up to eight pages long and delve into how they plan to advance social justice “given the new understanding you have by now about society and education,” the syllabus adds.


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12 comments:

  1. I would strive to write the most snarky and sarcastic commitment to social justice ever!
    Hey just like Bill Ayres said, "Black wires matter".

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  2. “given the new understanding you have by now about society and education,”

    More like the continued Marxist/leftist indoctrination you have been subjected to since your days in kindergarten should make it easier for you to write such useless drivel.

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    1. the continued Marxist/leftist indoctrination you have been subjected to since your days in kindergarten should make it easier for you to write such useless drivel.

      Should all get A+.

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  3. Commie trash, all of them. Up is down, wrong is right, higher education is ignorance. Buy more ammo.

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    1. Well said, my dear and am glad you make it back safely, but too bad we struck out again. :)

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    2. Thank you Brock. When I got to Salt Lake City I thought, I'm back in my country, I could walk home from here if I had too, ;-)

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    3. As the crow flies, I imagine. :)

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  4. I am in college and I am 45 years old. I can't wait to get a teacher like one of these. If I had to do this report on social justice and how I would advance social justice, I would start out by working to end affirmative action and the "protected classes" so there would be a level playing field for all Americans! Bet that would stir the pot!

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    1. I would start out by working to end affirmative action and the "protected classes" so there would be a level playing field for all Americans!

      Boy would I like to see the teacher's face when she read it.

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