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Friday, February 23, 2018

University of Wisconsin School Ends Tutoring Policy Biased Against White Students

The University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point has announced the cancellation of a discriminatory tutoring program that only asked white students to pay.

The University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point has terminated a tutoring program that only charged white students. “U.S. minorities” were offered the service for free, regardless of their income level. Both low-income white students and veterans were also offered the tutoring service for free.

Under the policy, white students would be forced to pay for the service, while wealthy minority students would not. Campus Reform reported that the policy seemed to be in direct contradiction with the University of Wisconsin’s non-discrimination policy, which states that no student will be discriminated against on the basis of their race.



Anonymous said...

Good, common sense restored. GO AWAY OBAMA

Anonymous said...

But how long had this been going on? Because even though I was not involved I feel oppressed and want to be reimbursed for the suffering I never endured.

Anonymous said...

Should have been in court.