Some people are also concerned that the use of Ebonics will adversely affect black American children in the job market. T.D. Rogers for instance refers to the use of Black English in classroom as both, “human and economic tragedy.” He adds that American ability to compete globally will be greatly reduced if Ebonics is incorporated in schools.
Since the other countries in the world will not respond by introducing Black English in their curriculum, those who would only be competent in Ebonics would not be in a position to secure jobs outside United States. Moreover only low level jobs will be available for Ebonics speakers in United States and quality jobs will only go out to those who are able to use the Standard English effectively