Greg Gutfeld found a correlation between falling test scores and the push for fairness in schools on “The Five” Monday, arguing that fairness is an attack on freedom itself.
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GREG GUTFELD: It’s no surprise that this decline in literacy coincides with this crusade for fairness, because fairness isn’t about giving everyone a boost. It is about doing from above. Like Kamala [Harris] said, everyone ends up in the same place, right? That’s what she says. To find? So if Jack can’t read, it’s better if we just make sure Jill doesn’t read much better than him. And that’s fairness. It is the opposite of opportunity. So you see that everywhere, getting rid of grading scales in some schools, honors courses, AP courses, extra credits. Some people don’t watch the SATs anymore. It is because these things reveal an inequality in the results, right? Which is the essence of freedom. If people are free enough to exercise their individual differences, the results will be different.
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