School: AP and Honors classes will be decided by skin color, not intelligence Emmanuel August 9, 2017 Education, Race Relations You Might Like School: AP and Honors classes will be decided by skin color, not intelligence All progress in the American race relations since slavery was abolished has done a complete 180 degree turn around. Electing the first black president was supposed to be a show of how far the country has come since slavery. Instead the country is even more divided and segregation is making its way back into the American lifestyle. Jobs and schools are forced to be non discriminatory and encourage to have optimal diversity in their environment. Now one school in Virginia believes that skin color should play a role in the selection of students accepted into either advanced or honors level classes. Obama’s eight year reign has made the country revert back to the old days rather than propel new generations into future days where race isn’t a factor. Via Fox News: A Virginia high school sent a disturbing letter to parents and students announcing they would be selecting students for Advanced Placement and honors classes at least partly based on skin color, a concerned parent told Fox News. A parent forwarded me a copy of the letter sent from John Handley High School in Winchester. “Through our collective work, advanced classes such as AP and Honors will have proportional representation,” read the letter. “Proportional representation is 40% White, 35% Hispanic, 12% African American, 10% mixed race.” The letter went on to explain that public schools across the country “continue to see outcomes that are disproportionate by race and social class.” Instead of helping the country grow as one, Obama threw Martin Luther King Jr.’s dream in the toilet and now things are worse than ever. Gone are the days when the best or most qualified candidate was the right one, now the color of your skin is all that’ll be required. Watch Here: Share on Facebook Tweet Follow us Share Share Share Share Share Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYour email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.