Evergreen College Exec Urges Faculty to “GO EASY” on Grading Snowflake Protesters


It’s really sickening watching Evergreen College fold to radical social justice warrior demands.
When minority students demanded all white students leave campus for a day, the administrators sided with the protesters.
They then excused all “protesters” from doing any homework. 
NOW, an executive at Evergreen (e.g. “snowflake college.”) is trying to urge all faculty to go easy on grading protesters.
How are these kids ever going to be prepared for the real world where if you act like an entitled idiot like this you get instantly fired?
The executive team at Evergreen is doing them a disservice by pandering to them.
Evergreen State College’s provost asked professors to consider “the physical and emotional commitment” of student protesters when deciding their final grades.
In emails obtained by Campus Reform through an open records request, the embattled school’s Interim Provost Ken Tabbutt reminded faculty members that “student protesters have diverted time and energy from their academic work to promote institutional change and social justice,” and should therefore be treated leniently with regard to grading.
“Student protesters have diverted time and energy from their academic work to promote…social justice.”
“Academic work of students that have not been involved in the protests may also have been affected; many feel that the campus is not safe,” Tabbutt added, observing that “the students impacted may be disproportionately represented in some academic programs but this extends throughout the entire curriculum.”
Evergreen State College’s provost asked professors to consider “the physical and emotional commitment” of student protesters when deciding their final grades. In emails obtained by Campus Reform through an open records request, the embattled school’s Interim Provost Ken Tabbutt reminded faculty members that “student protesters have diverted time and energy from their academic work to promote institutional change and social justice,” and should therefore be treated leniently with regard to grading. “Student protesters have diverted time and energy from their academic work to promote…social justice.”
Academic work of students that have not been involved in the protests may also have been affected; many feel that the campus is not safe,” Tabbutt added, observing that “the students impacted may be disproportionately represented in some academic programs but this extends throughout the entire curriculum.”

Tabbutt did acknowledge that “student evaluations” would ultimately be left up to the “professional judgement of the faculty,” however, explaining that he was simply “asking” professors to “consider the physical and emotional commitment the students have made and consider accommodations for that effort, including the learning that is going on outside of your program.”
In a separate email, Tabbutt reiterated that professors ought to approach the “conclusion of spring quarter” with “awareness and sensitivity to complex student needs.”
Tabbutt did acknowledge that “student evaluations” would ultimately be left up to the “professional judgement of the faculty,” however, explaining that he was simply “asking” professors to “consider the physical and emotional commitment the students have made and consider accommodations for that effort, including the learning that is going on outside of your program.” In a separate email, Tabbutt reiterated that professors ought to approach the “conclusion of spring quarter” with “awareness and sensitivity to complex student needs.”
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Watch this video of Evergreen “social justice” student protesters holding faculty hostage over their demands.

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