WASHINGTON – In the war for Social Fair, liberal learning is an early accident.
Consider the circumstances of the UCLA Gordon Klein accounting professor.
A student sent Klein an email, the screenshot of which was rated by Inside Cao Ed, which required “no harm” grading for the final exam. (That term means counting only one layer if it improves the overall class of the student.) The student also required shorter exams and extended deadlines for black students to attend protests after the death of George Floyd.
Inside Ed Higher described the email as “a requirement from students who identified themselves as nonblack allies of their black colleagues.”
Klein has rewritten that he “gives black students special treatment” and then asks the names of the same black classmates; He has been conducting online classes and not sure about the students ‘ ethnic groups.
Klein also wondered if some white
Students, say people from Minneapolis, can get hurt and need an edge as well. And what’s the students of the mixed race? He asked how he could put out a “no harm” test when the final exam was the only exam of the semester. And he wondered how Martin Luther King Jr. May have responded to the proposal that students be rated based on the “color of their skins.”
A complaint has been filed. On Jun 3, UCLA suspended Klein until June 24 to give administrator time to review the complaint. School of Management Anderson Dean Antonio Bernardo wrote that it appears that Klein has “valued our core principles,…