Monthly Archives: November 2020

Virginia Attacks on LCPS & FCPS Quality Gain National Attention

VIRGINIA ATTACKS ON LCPS & FCPS QUALITY GAIN NATIONAL ATTENTION Posted on November 27, 2020 by sherlockj |  by James C. Sherlock The Wall Street Journal featured an op-ed today, the first four words of which were “Attorney General Mark Herring.” No picture of the AG, so I offer one here, but they spelled his name right. so perhaps it will be Senator Herring or President

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Herring’s Loudoun County Determination: State-Sponsored Extortion (NAACP) – PART II

HERRING’S LOUDOUN COUNTY DETERMINATION: STATE-SPONSORED EXTORTION (NAACP) – PART II Posted on November 28, 2020 by sherlockj |  By James C. Sherlock Part one of two essays on this subject described a new Virginia law, a new Division in the Attorney Generals office, its function as a kangaroo court and its astonishing and sweeping  “determination” against Loudoun County Public Schools (LCPS). The law requires LCPS to

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Herring’s Academies of Loudoun Ruling: Only Cure for Disparate Impact is Fewer Asians – PART I

HERRING’S ACADEMIES OF LOUDOUN RULING: ONLY CURE FOR DISPARATE IMPACT IS FEWER ASIANS – PART I Posted on November 28, 2020 by sherlockj | 5 Comments by James C. Sherlock I just finished reading the 61-page “Final Determination of the Office of Attorney General Division of Human Rights in DHR Case No.: 19-2652, NAACP Loudon Branch v. Loudon County Public Schools.” The first thing I

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Virginia AG: Selective Admissions Are Racist (The Academies of Loudoun)

Virginia AG: Selective Admissions Are Racist (The Academies of Loudoun) Posted on November 25, 2020 by James A. Bacon |  The Academies of Loudoun by Hans Bader The Virginia attorney general’s office has ruled that the Loudoun County school system committed illegal racial discrimination by admitting relatively few black and Hispanic students to its selective schools, the Academies of Loudoun. For reasons that have nothing to

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