Racism and AP History Exam Grading
At the 2014 grading of AP World History exams in Salt Lake City, conducted by high school and college educators specializing in topics related to world history, the Educational Testing Service (ETS) and College Board leadership engaged in culturally insensitive and racist behavior toward Asians, particularly Chinese people. The images above are from the front and back of a t-shirt designed for readers by the leaders of the AP World History exam grading. The images allude to one of the essay questions on this year's exam, a question about the Chinese Communist Party.
Oh, well, i'm so glad the HR director wasn't offended. Guess that means it's totally not racist. Thanks!
As fnord12 said, what does this say about the bias of the people grading the tests?
By min | June 26, 2014, 3:59 PM | Liberal Outrage