According to an article called ‘Does the Anti-Common Core Movement Have a Race Problem?,’ on the pro-Black website The Hechinger Report, a recent poll has shown that White people are disproportionately opposed to Common Core Standards:
While protests against the Common Core have sprung up in communities as diverse as New York City, St. Tammany Parish, Louisiana and Portland, Oregon, a new poll suggests that the protestors themselves may be less diverse: White parents tend to dislike the standards, while the majority of black and Hispanic parents approve of Common Core.
The NBC News State of Parenting Poll, which was sponsored by Pearson, a publisher of Common Core textbooks and tests, found that 50 percent of parents surveyed approved of the Common Core and 38 percent opposed the standards, which are grade level expectations in math and English in place in more than 40 states. But the plurality of white parents – 49 percent – opposed the standards, while 73 percent of Hispanic parents and 56 percent of black parents favored the Common Core.
This is no surprise, as the Common Core Standards are specifically designed to benefit non-White children by closing the ‘achievement gap’ between them and White children. Organizations such as the NAACP, the National Council of La Raza (“the race”), and over a dozen other ‘civil rights’ groups (which, by the way, all exist for the sole purpose of explicitly advancing the interests of non-White races) are in full support of it.
So obviously it is the interests of White people that are at stake in this, and that is why it is primarily Whites who are against it. Yet there is not one organization in existence that looks out for the interests of Whites. In fact, the Whites who are outspoken against Common Core wouldn’t even dare to be explicitly White and call out Common Core legislation for what it is, as that would be in direct violation of thy holiest of holies: political correctness.