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Affirmative action is before the Supreme Court again this week, as it rehears arguments in Fisher v. University of Texas
"Diversity" is the new slogan under which academics and their institutions march. But what is it? What does it mean? How will we know when we have achieved a sufficient amount?
When you think of community colleges, you tend to think of things like, Offshore-Re-education-Camp-Lesson-6oh, job training and continuing education.
Five years ago, in response to a groundswell of parental complaints, Wake County schools finally ended its long-running policy of forced busing. Wake had long been one of a few remaining holdouts still clinging to this failed experiment that disrupted so many lives.
It often seems as though the central mission of higher education today is promoting diversity. Diversity - which usually means racial, religious, and sexual diversity - is commonly accepted by most administrators as crucial to the success of the 21st-century university. More and more...
Ten years ago, Ruth Simmons, then president of Brown University, said in a speech to students that she was concerned about reports about "the lack of diversity of opinion on campus." People at Brown need to ask themselves, she said, "why the university has a reputation for 'limiting debate' and 'fos
One of the most honest and revealing academic articles in a long time will soon be published in the premier journal in social psychology.
Ten years ago, Ruth Simmons, then president of Brown University, said in a speech to students that she was concerned about reports about "the lack of diversity of opinion on campus." People at Brown need to ask themselves, she said, "why the university has a reputation for 'limiting debate' and 'fos
It often seems as though the central mission of higher education today is promoting diversity. Diversity - which usually means racial, religious, and sexual diversity - is commonly accepted by most administrators as crucial to the success of the 21st-century university. More and more...
Five years ago, in response to a groundswell of parental complaints, Wake County schools finally ended its long-running policy of forced busing. Wake had long been one of a few remaining holdouts still clinging to this failed experiment that disrupted so many lives.
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