Media, Democrats, and Jill Biden’s team are incensed at a Wall Street Journal piece mocking her use of “Dr.,” so let’s take a look at what she wrote to receive that doctorate.
First, there was this gem in the second sentence: “The needs of the student population are often undeserved, resulting in a student drop-out rate of almost one third.” Were their needs “undeserved” or did she mean “underserved,” as I suspect?
Then there were some other fun ones: “Three quarters of the class will be Caucasian; one quarter of the class will be African American; one seat will hold a Latino; and the remaining seats will be filled with students of Asian descent or non-resident aliens.” How many quarters is that, Dr. Biden? ...
But then there are some passages which some would look askance at now.
“Although there is strength in diversity as a classroom component, the lack of homogeneity in academic ability makes it difficult to teach to a single standard. [….] As a result, due to the diversity of the student population, student retention is a major problem faced by the community college.”
Yikes, diversity is the problem behind student retention?