I don't remember crying about lack of Spanish curriculum, then again, culture's not my thing because it doesn't mean shit in the real world, neither is black math/science/english. There's so many important things that someone needs to study including required courses like african-american role-models and history. It's up to the student to participate or not, regardless of whatever they are.
Whatever motivates ya I guess. I always thought America was a made-melting pot, are Blacks supposed to be a sidedish next to our soup?
I understand that the problem can definitely be helped by this quickfix but if black kids are feeling uncomfortable enough at school to drop out then they should go to the source, like the kids, the families, the teachers, the areas they live in, the other children at school. This isn't helping the inevitable. I wonder if people really think black schools will still exist in 2050 (I hope we're passed this kinda crap by then)
Also, how are the children at these segregated schools going to learn how to communicate, cooperate, or even understand other people if they only know their own (especially in the workfield). Sometimes quickfixes and blanketing all problems into one solution result in steps backward. It'll work now plazzman, but later on it just seems retarded (this is coming from a guy who thinks we'll be living succesfully among aliens and shit
Black Schools? Pfft). War Futurama!