The San Francisco School Board is using COVID to destroy a good school

The San Francisco Unified School District is using the Wuhan virus as an excuse to finish destroying what was once one of the best public high schools in the country.  Those who object have gotten a snootful of Critical Race Theory (CRT) for daring to believe in academic excellence. Lowell High School in San Francisco, founded in 1856, is the oldest still existing public high school west of the Mississippi.  Early on, the school established a reputation for intellectual excellence.  It became a recognized college preparatory school. Unlike other public schools, attendance at Lowell wasn't determined by neighborhood proximity.  Instead, students needed to be the top graduates of their junior high schools to enter.  In the 1960s, Lowell had a disproportionate number of Jewish students.  By the 1970s, Lowell was a majority-Asian school. The San Francisco School Board has long despised Lowell's elitism, as well...(Read Full Post)
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