Friday, January 28, 2011

McCaskey East High School Divides Students By Race, Gender For 'Better Mentoring'

Pennsylvania's McCaskey East High School has come with up a "brilliant" idea to help black student : to segregate them.  The experiment calls for the students being separated in homeroom based on age and gender. Homeroom  meets each day for six minutes and once a week for 20 minutes. School official believe that children will learn better from a person of their own race and gender.

What are your thoughts on this? Do children really benefit from having mentors of the same race and gender?

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