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Washington State Most Indoctrinated, Atheist State- like the Third Reich

Those the DEI Movement are supposed to help, get the short end of the stick.

Washington State has not only seen the biggest influx of college-educated Americans, but Seattle is the least-religious large metro area and passing the bar exam will no longer be a requirement for becoming a lawyer in Washington. It turns out

Washington not only has several student loan forgiveness programs that are specific to just the State of Washington, but residents can also qualify for various Federal student loan forgiveness programs. Consistent with the  Law of Bilk; Residents who want to bilk the system go where they are welcomed and stay where they are protected and well treated.

While Americans have grown less religious over the past couple of decades, and attendance at religious services is down across the country, ew survey data shows Seattle is one of those places.

The study showing the influx of highly educated prople does not include the types of degrees associated with the highly educated population, but  Newsweek, cites a study by HireAHelper which sought to track the brain drain effect across the U.S. amid a historic housing supply shortage, high mortgage rates and the rising cost of living in some urban areas, concluded the most popular state for college-educated Americans is Washington State, which saw a net gain of +169 percent. The state received more than three times as many graduates than it lost. Where human capital flight is the immigration of individuals who have received advanced training at home. The net benefits of human capital flight for the receiving state is referred to as a brain gain, whereas the net costs for the sending state is referred to as a brain drain. Prior to the DEI Movement – also known as the DEI Industrial Complex, and when academia was focused on excellence.

An influential committee of the UC Academic Senate  can’t agree on how much math to take to qualify to attend a four-year California State University – a degree meant something: the degree holder was responsible, hard-worker, independent and most of all, was well educated. If that person left and went to another state, that would be a brain drain. It is no longre brain drain but more like dead weight augmentation for the receiving state.

Test-optional and test-blind admissions proponents argue that tests hurt the odds of applicants who have traditionally not done as well on them, including students whose first language isn’t English, students whose parents didn’t go to college, Black and Hispanic students, immigrant students and students whose families can’t afford expensive test prep programs. There are many problems with such argumentation, mainly the current school system was designed for the industrial revolution, which has been rendered obsolete by the artificial intelligence revolution.

Another major reason is that students are simply not ready – a good number of 10th graders are functionally illiterate. Most high school students are not prepared for college. According to Sarah Butrymowicz, The Hechinger Report: “Most schools place students in what are called remedial courses in math or English before they can move on to a full load of college-level, credit-bearing courses – a process that is a financial drain on not only students, but also colleges and taxpayers, costing up to an estimated $7 billion a year.” – Many California high school seniors don’t meet requirements to apply to UCs or CSUs.

Instead colleges and universities do the job high schools are supposed to do. A viable option for these students in trade school. Trade schools have a more streamlined approach to learning providing students. But according to the Atlantic’s Meg St-Esprit the reason most of students do not choose trade schools is due to parents – “when college is held up as the one true path to success, parents—especially highly educated ones—might worry when their children opt for vocational school instead.” In this context, “highly educated” simply means degree holders. Given the accumulated $1.7 Trillion worth of student loans, these highly educated parents are as responsible as the teachers unions promoted the mantra that in order to succeed, students need a four-year degree to succeed.

Students need a four-year degree fallacy.

A new study published in the International Journal of Educational Technology in Higher Education, found that Artificial intelligence tools like ChatGPT are linked to declining academic performance and memory loss. Students tend to turn to artificial intelligence tools, when faced with increased academic workload and time constraints.

The study shed light on the role of generative AI in education, suggesting both its widespread use and potential drawbacks.

According to a December 2023 report by ACTInc., the creator and administrator of the standardized test for college-bound students, nearly half of the surveyed high school students (46%) reported using AI tools, especially ChatGPT, to help them with their studies.

So, what does the Second largest school district  in the nation, the Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) serveing over 600,000 students in kindergarten through twelfth grade at over 1,000 schools do? With much fanfare unveils Ed, ” a Pioneering Learning Acceleration AI Platform to Improve Student Achievement!

Normalize Trade Schools

Up until the 1960s, everyone took shop class or career and technical education (CTE) courses. But then, the idea of tracking caught on. Students would follow different tracks according to their perceived ability. So, a college-bound student would take advanced writing, math, history, and science classes. A student on a non-college track took vocational training with basic academic courses. Tracking was often done by socio-economic status and race, not aptitude or even interest. This gave the vocational track an undeserved stigma: If you were “smart,” you were going to college. If not you took shop class. At the same time, funding for career and technical education significantly decreased or was replaced by ethnic studies – in Washington State, Governor Jay Inslee has taken it further declaring children belong to the state. The message that students needed a four-year degree to succeed was repeated, often enough until highly educated parents accepted it as truth.

The Education Industrial Complex

To further dilute the value of a four-year degree in Washington State, if you start Clark College, Vancouver, WA Guaranteed Admission Program, you can earn your bachelor’s degree of your choice at Washington State University, Vancouver Washington. Guaranteed!

The Clark College- WSU cooperation is not unique. Quite the opposite. There’s a national movement toward guaranteed access to a four-year University. If you happen to attend Mount Tamalpais College, a private two-year college located within San Quentin State Prison you are guaranteed admission to the California State University system.

In California, Governor Gavin Newsom and lawmakers think students are too stupid to figure out which college courses to take to transfer to the University of California, so they mal it easier with AB1291.

The same people say the California University System is not good enough for Black Students. Gov. Gavin Newsom signed a bill that grants community college students who transfer to historically Black colleges and universities a one-time grant of up to $5,000.

Consider that an influential committee of the UC Academic Senate can’t agree how much academics matter – can’t agree on how much math to take to qualify to attend a four-year California State University. Sadly, the group  is influential, but can’t agree academics matter.

Yet  The California Community Colleges Baccalaureate Degree Program was created to make it easier and more affordable for community college students to get their baccalaureate degree and be eligible for a broader array of employment opportunities. Operative words: easier and affordable left behind $1.7 trillion worth of useless degrees.

Then there’s the  “California State University Young Males of Color Consortium,  to create new programs that support men of color on Cal State campuses.  Sixteen CSU campuses and their neighboring community colleges will deploy those programs with the goal of improving rates of transfer, retention and graduation for up to 800 students. 

Sacramento State state has the highest population of Black and African American students in the entire Cal State system. According to it’s president Luke Wood, “So, when you think of ground zero for serving Black students and also historically failing them it has been Sacramento State. While it has the highest population of African American students, it’s in the bottom quartile of success and have been for years.” Woods solution? Just call it a Black Honors Student College.

Michael Burke writes that “Latino students are enrolling at low rates in bachelor’s degree programs at California’s community colleges, even aftergiving students a simpler path to a four-year degree.”  According to a new study by UCLA’s Latino Policy “Across the programs, which range from equine and ranch management at Feather River College to dental hygiene at West Los Angeles College. To address that gap, the study calls for greater recruitment of Latino students to the programs and for the state to invest more money in the programs. The great news is that “… for the students who do enroll, 64% of them finish their degree within two years after starting their upper-division coursework.” Latino students are practical.  They do not want to add to the $1.7 trillion student loan debt. Data  show Black students take out the most student loan debt for a bachelor’s degree, followed by white students. Latinos interested in programs such as  equine and ranch management or dental hygiene are better off going to trade schools.

There’s not a single study that shows outcomes better than expected. All of them suggest that to address the issue, the state should  invest in bigger and better  programs. Where “invest” is euphemism for Wealth Redistribution.

You get a degree, you get a degree.. Guaranteed Free Education

Activist and Propagandists continue the to push the “Students need a four-year degree to succeed” mantra by lowering standards and increasing spending.  Why it’s easy to conclude the education system only benefits the education industrial complex.

Joe Biden wants community colleges to be free. Some lawmakers want four-year public colleges to be free for all but the wealthiest citizens. Bernie Sanders wants public higher education to be free for everyone. To date, more than 30 states have made free community college a reality. A free four-year college education, may not be a reality.

While Universities in Oregon are saying the costs of operating a higher education institution are becoming more and more overwhelming, compare the increase in the cost of college with the increase in the Consumer Price Index, the cost of medical care, and the cost of a new car over the last 41 years. While medical costs have risen at almost two and a half times the rate of inflation, the cost of college tuition and fees has exceeded inflation by more than four times! Who benefits? Is it the Law of Bilk?

Why is it no one blew the whistle on the $1.7 trillion student loan debt?

You see, Rep Robert Garcia makes light of what the Legacy Media calls “student loan debt relief”  euphemism for Normalized Delinquency

Do working class folk get credit card debt relief – currently at $1.2 Trillion?

How about home mortgage debt relief, currently at $12.3 trillion?

The total household debt of $17.3 trillion entering 2024 is a new high for the U.S. The largest increase in any category was credit card debt, which swelled by 16.6% between Q3 2022 and Q3 2023.

Now consider the working class: Joe Biden says “It’s time hardworking Americans had a little breathing room.” True. but his administration has sucked out all the air – average Americans are getting by with fumes.

The Biden Administration boasts of a buttom up, side out approach to improve the economy. Yet a Venn Diagram, as Kamala Harris might say, shows that Zelensky, the Iran Mullahs, illegal immigrants, Millionaires and delinquents, are fairing much better than a two-income household or a fetus: The Biden administration just announced it is canceling nearly $5 billion in student loans for 74,000 borrowers – except that “student loan borrowers” Is a misnomer. It should be student loan delinquents. 

The Ummah Industrial Complex

On May 3rd, NYPD Deputy Commissioner of Operations Kaz Daughtry also spoke to reporters, saying there is “somebody” or “some organization” behind the massive movement where students and other protesters are taking over schools and academic buildings, chanting antisemitic slogans, resisting law enforcement and administrators’ orders to disperse, and getting away with little to no consequences, which is what we have been saying for months:  Recall Biden gave Iran $6 billion, because according to intelligence, the money was not going to be be used for terrorism. Then the Biden Administration touts the euphemistically titled ” First National Strategy to Counter Islamophobia” – a gag order that could classify Dem Michigan AG’s and other similar statements calling out Tlaib for ‘cruel’ and hateful’ Israel comments Islamophobic. Yet one has been in place place for year,  referred to as the #UmmahIndustrialComplexIncubators, administered by leading Universities in the US and abroad.

And as Kamala Harris touts the First National Strategy to Counter Islamophobia, aka Gag Order Against Criticizing Islam, her stepdaughter Ella Emhoff is helping raise money for a Gaza fundraiser that could end up in the hands of Hamas.

Guess how the Democratic Coalition celebrated the 2024  International Holocaust Remembrance Day? You guessed it. By promoting the First National Strategy to Counter Islamophobia!

DEI Industrial Complex

To promote diversity in the medical field, the Department of Defense-run medical decided to de-emphasize the Medical College Admission Test (MCAT).

Meanwhile passing the bar exam will no longer be a requirement for becoming a lawyer inWashington.  Carleen Johnson writing for The Center Square wrote on March 21, 2024 “Passing the bar exam will no longer be a requirement for becoming a lawyer in Washington, the state Supreme Court ruled in a pair of orders Friday. Washington becomes only the second state to officially approve alternatives to the bar,  following its southern neighbor, Oregon, which is set to make the change in May. The state Supreme Court appointed a Bar Licensure Task Force to study alternative  ways to show competency in 2020, after COVID-19-related modifications resulting in  many questioning the efficacy of the current exam. During a September presentation before the Washington State Bar Association Board of  Governors, Washington Supreme Court Justice Raquel Montoya-Lewis, one of the  chairs of the Bar Licensure Task Force, said the movement comes in part “from law
students who have raised issues about equity, not just in the history of the adoption of  the bar exam, but also over the course of many decades, when you look at the disproportionate impacts that the bar exam has on examinees of color.” She went on to note, “They tend to fail the bar exam in disproportionate numbers.”
The Bar Licensure Task Force found that the traditional exam “disproportionately and  unnecessarily blocks marginalized groups from entering the practice of law” and is “at  best minimally effective for ensuring competent lawyers.”

Sadly, a study has shown how Black DEI professionals get the short end of the stick. According to a report from Zippia, 76.1% of chief diversity officer roles are held by white employees while 3.8% are held by Black employees.  Just like abortion: most vocal proponents are white.  Most of the babies killed are of color.
But it’s not system racism, as it is systemic humanism.
A good segue into the recent  firing of Washington’s  Office of Equity Director Dr. Karen Johnson’s.  According to investigation, she was fired for a number of reasons including, micromanagement, lack of organization,  lack of  adequate structure and processes, made unreasonable requests of staff, made inappropriate or insensitive comments to some staff members and publicly criticized some staff members regarding issues unrelated to protected classes, including  “credible examples” of Johnson making inappropriate comments about the personal appearances of staff, their bodies, as well as “comments about a staff person’s ethnicity, race, and/or veteran status.” 

And then it gets even more regressive: The college majors that pay the most right after college  are STEM-based. Except for a BS In Race Hustling –  the highest paid: The University of Michigan has 163 DEI officers. Ohio State & U of Virginia have 94. Georgia Tech has 41, but only 13 history teachers. The Highest-paid diversity and inclusion employees rake in substantially more than the average full-time professor. 

While the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill offers Racially Exclusive-Programs and Scholarships.

Even as the University Of Minnesota  PhD’s were forced to retract an article they wrote about “structural racism in the Journal Of Health Services Research – The authors,  UM employees are focused on racial equity: Stuart Grande,  senior Lecturer, Janette Dill,  an associate professor, and Tongtan Chantarat,  a research scientist. The retraction is because its claims were “inaccurate, misleading, or false,” according to a note on the withdrawn article. 

Not to be undone,  Targets diversity Chief Kiera Fernandez said that it’s the role of white women to call out transgressions, and continued to single out a white employee and said that because of her race her voice carries more weight and shein has a responsibility. She runs Targets Racial Equity Action and Change. Her task force focuses on engaging with black customers and hiring more black employees. Target is also shifting to more black owned suppliers and ending contracts with white owned companies. She was hired internally from the Human Resources department.

And a FSU professor abruptly left his 190K job after faking data to make racism seem more common and having six research papers retracted.

It’s the law: It’s Orwellian Law.  “It is usually safe to assume that any proposed law will do the opposite of its name” – Orwell’s Law – as previously noted, those the DEI Movement are supposed to help, get the short end of the stick.

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