Nov. 28, 2011 PRLog It is rare in these days of careless mass production to find a brand that’s rich in value and history. Grenson is one of these select few. FANS OF LATE NIGHT horror shows might be tempted to conclude that the Oakland School Board walked into the Ebonics controversy like a crowd of monster movie teenagers spending the weekend at a deserted cabin. I mean, shouldn’t the Oakland folks have known better? If it really were a movie, the audience would have been up and screaming, “Get back in the car, idiots! Jason’s in there!” But the Oakland School Board stumbled on in anyway, ignoring the obvious danger in ’90s American politics of mixing race with requests for “more money, more money, more money.” So late last year, citing the continued poor educational performance of African American students in its area schools, the Oakland Board passed a resolution that: (1) the primary language of a majority of African American students is not English, but a heretofore little known language called Ebonics; (2) Ebonics is “genetically based” in Africa; and (3) the Oakland Public Schools would be directed to set up training programs for teachers so that they could instruct African American students using the language of Ebonics, both to maintain “the richness and legitimacy” of Ebonics itself and to help the students learn English. Finally, and perhaps most provocatively, the Oakland board suggested that funding for the Ebonics program could come from federal education “second language” funds earmarked for students whose primary language is not English..
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