On another post (involving administration of majority AA schools) Anonymous wrote the following, which applies to majority AA and non-majority AA schools and so will be a new post:
What is the difference between the achievement of African American students in majority White schools as compared to majority Black schools?
Whether there is a majority or minority the results are not very different.
The NON-proficiency rates at Langley and Perry for Black students in Math is 70% to 80% not proficient, right? Is that “doing pretty well” ?
Look at the achievement for Black students in any and all schools. There is no equity or excellence for Black students. A predominantly “white” curriculum across disciplines, in conjunction with a predominantly “white” faculty does not allow Black students to see themselves as successful in the school or in the world.
Do you not think that this situation might be an advantage to White students?