July 15, 2008

BECAUSE ANY SUCCESSFUL AMERICAN SYSTEM MUST BE RUINED BY ACTIVISTS:

Until recently, the impact of Title IX, the law forbidding sexual discrimination in education, has been limited mostly to sports. But now, under pressure from Congress, some federal agencies have quietly picked a new target: science. . . .

So far, these Title IX compliance reviews haven’t had much visible impact on campuses beyond inspiring a few complaints from faculty members. (The journal Science quoted Amber Miller, a physicist at Columbia, as calling her interview “a complete waste of time.”) But some critics fear that the process could lead to a quota system that could seriously hurt scientific research and do more harm than good for women.

I want to see a federal investigation on the shortage of men in K-12 education, and in college education programs. . . .

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