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No, it doesn't matter. Each student should be viewed, evaluated, and encouraged as an individual, regardless what group the student belongs to. The fact that the group this student belongs to may on average perform worse than other groups should not put the student at a disadvantage. The teacher's beliefs can directly affect the student's growth and achievement. In fact such prejudices are often part of the reason why one group performs much worse than others in some subjects.







No, it doesn't matter.


So basically what you're saying is that you want teachers who are bad at reasoning and/or deluded.


In fact such prejudices are often part of the reason why one group performs much worse than others in some subjects.


I'm highly dubious about the studies that purport to show this. In part because their prescribed interventions never work. In part because they're intent is pretty clearly to find some reason for the differences in outcome that doesn't make the blacks/women look bad.
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