Fox News: 'School Science Project That Connected Race & IQ Is Pulled After Complaints'Chris Menahan
Feb. 11, 2018
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The first rule of Science club is: Scientific inquiry is no longer permitted if it leads to hurt feelings.
From Fox News:
A science fair project at a California high school faced criticism earlier this week after it compared race and IQ levels in connection to participation in an elite program at the school, The Sacramento Bee reported Saturday.According to the SacBee, the boy is of "Asian descent."
In comparing intelligence levels, the project reportedly questioned whether particular races were smart enough for the school's magnet program and whether a racial disparity was justified.Interesting theory, but can he prove it's true?
HISP, according to The Bee, is a separate program at the school that is meant to encourage cultural awareness and helps to provide students with different perspectives on historic moments.
[...]To test the proposed theory, the student had a variety of unidentified teenagers with different racial backgrounds take an internet IQ test, the outlet said.Wow, turns out his theory was solid! No doubt he'll be showered with praise!
After complaints from students, parents and faculty, the project was removed from the science fair on Wednesday, the outlet said, and the district is currently investigating the incident, Alex Barrios, said the spokesman for Sacramento Unified district.(See the first rule of Science club.)
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