School Districts Dropping Honors Classes To Increase ‘Equity’

  • Several school districts across the country are no longer allowing students to take honors classes in an effort to increase equity, according to The Wall Street Journal.
  • Culver City High School in California recently axed honors classes because the courses were failing to enroll enough black and Latino students, according to the WSJ.
  • Other school districts such as Santa Monica-Malibu Unified School District in California, and Patrick Henry High School in California, made similar shifts to their honors classes to increase equity.
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