Diversity isn't enough without "inclusion."
Archive | Racial Preferences in Education
A white woman wakes up.
Justice Department Files Amicus Brief Explaining that Harvard’s Race-Based Admissions Process Violates Federal Civil-Rights Law
“More than half of the admitted African Americans, would most likely not be admitted in the absence of Harvard’s race-conscious admissions process.”
The astonishing story of how the courts turned “civil rights” into racial preferences.
Identity over policy.
And never not white enough.
A candidate with promising ideas.
… brings yet more vibrancy to vibrant Fresno.
University staff is not very diverse, as it turns out.
"Equality" is a convenient cover for power-seeking elites.
They broke ranks in the fight against whitey.
Are Asians who oppose "affirmative action" racial sell-outs?
Seven other states have affirmative action banned as well.
". . . the issue remains deeply divisive among liberals when it comes to their own children."
More good analysis from CIS.
They claim it's all about "white toxicity and supremacist values."
“The goal is to disrupt the status quo and do something different.”
They're struggling in part since "predominantly white colleges are recognizing the power of diversity."
Five doctoral fellowships for students descended from slaves and a full-time director for the Center for Black Church Studies.
Plus a $9,500 fine and 250 hours of community service.
Sixty percent of students are white, and that's too many.
Thorough integration and "equity" programs haven't closed achievement gaps.
Asian man joins the "fight against racial preferences and racial discrimination."
Of course, graduate schools will keep one qualification that does matter: race.
Test-optional policies attract more applicants of greater diversity.
There's a "pressing need to change the nature of educational opportunity in the United States."
Judge says racial discrimination in admissions is “a compelling government interest.”
Federal Judge Rules Harvard’s Admissions Policies Do Not Discriminate Against Asian American Applicants
Harvard is still being investigated by the Department of Justice Civil Rights Division.
“Merit” is a code word for “white.”
Wealthy whites and Asians with poor GPAs are most likely to be boosted by the SAT.
Instead, it will capture diversity using "a broad array of data points."
They’re financially shaky and losing accreditation.
The school system doesn’t reflect “how New York City looks.”
SAT-only admissions would boost the share of white students from 66 percent to 75 percent.
Students who get extra time to take the elite public high schools admissions tests are often white or well off.
Schools are reevaluating entry requirements and taking into account non-academic factors.
Expanding gifted programs to every neighborhood may increase segregation.
The solution: more diversity spending.
Colleges should detail their spending on diversity bureaucrats.
Liberal thinks “lazy” a code word for “black."
"If anything, the underprivileged perform below expectations, not above."
White people are being propagandized out of existence.
NYC Schools Chancellor Is Accused of Pushing Out White Administrators in Favor of Less-Qualified Non-Whites
It's part of a broader approach to root out "white supremacy" in the workplace.
More Hispanic women than ever, too. And the superintendent is black.
A review of David Armor's Forced Justice.
The purpose is to “get to race without using race.”
The search for competence takes a back seat to "diversity."
A look at two books from The Social Contract Press.
The state overturned its 1998 ban on racial preferences.
Maryland school officials find creative ways to exclude whites and Asians.
White High School Student Named Salutatorian over Black Student with Better Grades, Federal Lawsuit Claims
Black student's weighted GPA was lowered because of courses she took at a historically black school.
Asian admissions plummeted after magnet schools sought greater "diversity."
Black women hold only 5 percent of management jobs in STEM.
‘Alarmingly Low’: FAS Sciences Struggles to Increase Proportion of Underrepresented Minority Faculty
Chem department chairman: “If there isn't a pool of viable, strong candidates, it is not a good thing to hire a weak candidate.”
The Obama administration went beyond Supreme Court precedent.
Do blacks deserve compensation for slavery?
A preview of what may come.
Arabs in America want their share of racial spoils.
Reparations for slavery could take many forms.
Plaintiff argues that the same protection could be used to create an all-white charter school.
Affirmative action can make Hispanic students feel inferior.
Harvard’s science department has stopped using GRE scores to evaluate candidates.
Only one black student was accepted in the latest wave of admissions.
Whitey can't win, no matter what.
Biden has an unfashionable history to make up for.
Officials set targets based on how the groups are performing now.
The reasons the admissions offices give are “unacceptable.”
Promoting “diversity, inclusion, and belonging” is a priority at Harvard.
A "demographic optimist" makes the case.
Black senior lecturer: “We are Harvard, we can do whatever we want.”
Meghan Markle's tonelessness undermines the royal family.
78 percent of whites and even 62 percent of blacks.
Top Universities Will Need to Accept Fewer Middle Class Students to Meet Diversity Targets, Regulator Admits
Other efforts to reduce the gap between rich and poor students have failed.
"[T]he party seems to be careening into a virtual war of all against all."
“Good schools are integrated schools.”