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Women Are Incapable Of Achieving High Grades On Their Own.



This is what one Akron Professor thinks, and their plan was equally insane.

University of Akron officials this week blocked a professor from carrying out his plan to raise female students’ grades as part of what he called a “national movement to encourage female students to go to information sciences.”

According to school officials, Liping Liu, an information systems analysis and design teacher who has worked at the university since 2001, said in an email to students:

“FYI, your grade has been sent to the university registrar. The following categories of students may see their grades raised one level or two: Female students (it is a national movement to encourage female students to go to information sciences).”

Liu added that there might be other beneficiaries: “Students who had earned scores in exams (especially final exams) demonstrating a higher performance than their calculated ones; Students who attended class but missed reporting attendance (as long as I can tell).”

University officials caught wind of the email and nixed the plan.

“Everything should be based on hard work, and I don’t think that women need a crutch to get into science.”
– Nursing student Michalla Gordon


More garbage out of the mouths of the so-called educated elite what happened to our colleges? They used to help prepare young minds to function in society and challenge beliefs. Now they are nothing more than a cesspool of liberal brainwashing. I’m excited the school at least saw the error and corrected, but how long before other schools try this same thing.

Let us know what you think in the comments below.


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