It's unimaginable that schools are detracking--thereby eliminating honors math courses along with other subjects--in the name of racial equity?You posed a hypothetical that is nonsensical or at least so rare as to be unimaginable. Like DANC having a cogent argument. Or like DANC even knowing what the word "cogent" means.
Because that is the example I posed. And it is going on all over the nation:
NCSM, Leadership in Mathematics Education, believes that all students should have access to high-quality instruction and post-secondary educational opportunities. While we acknowledge that many factors hinder such student access, in this position statement we call for the cessation of one clear...
Districts are moving to end the practice of tracking as research suggests that it may deepen educational inequities—with little benefit for students’ academic performance.
On June 12, the District 65 School Board decided to eliminate tracking of students in Algebra classes at Chute, Haven, and Nichols middle schools by