Why black and brown students get inferior educations: Segregation
from By: Patrick Gleeson (commentary)
In recent years, more energy has been devoted to the pros and cons of affirmative action than probably any other education topic. But these arguments on what should or shouldn't be done to help black and brown students skirt a far more fundamental issue, which even liberal educators and politicians often avoid: why do black and brown students need affirmative action or any other kind of race-based help to enjoy the same level of success in college enjoyed by Asian students and white students? Underlying the answers to that question are two seemingly contradictory bodies of fact.
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