Talking Points

September 3, 2006

Education Update

Filed under: Talking Points memo — talkingpoints @ 2:41 pm

A new study can help the children to reach their full intellectual potential – that’s the subject of today’s Talking Points memo.

The problem with this study is, that if parents inquire about it, educators will look upon them with contempt with a guarantee that there will be absolutely no effort to put the findings of this study into effect.

How can I guarantee this?  Easy.  The study’s conclusion is certain to enrage liberals, and that means the majority of educators.

Ready?  Let’s go.

Boys learn better when taught by men and girls learn better when taught by women.

Thomas Dee, a scholar at Stanford University conducted the research, which was approved by his peers. It appears in Education Next, a quarterly published by the Hoover Institution.

But the very notion that a female teacher might hurt a boys education and vise versa, has leading education advocates disputing the study’s conclusion and methodology. 

Mr. Deed is not suggesting schools turn into single sex education or any other policy shift.  What he wants is more research in the role gender plays in learning.

HA!  Fat chance my friend.

Pointy-heads will support junk science like global warming because it fits their agenda.  But to an education establishment, run by girly-men, and radically feminized women, the mere suggestion that boys might learn best from men or girl from women is just plain Neanderthal

Nobody – But Nobody is going to challenge their views.  No matter how much commonsense the research makes.

And that’s the memo.


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