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Stuart Taylor and a purchase -- a -- departments Matt.
Action -- students absent the belt and why universities -- -- -- As -- university credit ornament and die off is because -- -- numbers hill and.
Yeah okay okay in the Supreme Court to some extent has driven them to dishonesty because -- -- -- certainly you can do a little bit of this we don't do too much of it and don't.
Don't don't make it a point sister her quota system and so they've created a lot of -- -- -- -- universities cannot hide the ball about what they're doing.
But for example and scholars and there are more and more scholars.
Who has turned up information as my co -- has about farms to blacks from NASA and Hispanics from the system.
The response the universities -- denial obfuscation concealment and even ostracism and the truth -- so for example.
The president of Duke University.
Richard brought had last seen.
-- lacrosse players who -- falsely accused of great.
Has more recently been trashing.
Some of his own universities professors.
For doing -- perfectly honest steady.
That showed that it -- Affirmative action at its word.
-- tough courses like science courses and jumping and he's here courses occurs -- -- -- not prepared to handle tough courses.
This is all done with two children Afghanistan and -- very professional way.
And the present -- university after a protest by various interest groups.
Present university basically accused of his own professors.
This is these are there were see is that -- sort of racial insensitivity and and fostering ugly stereotypes about certain things and so it's very dangerous.
It if you're university professor.
Two to the point to the evidence.
Here's a cut -- don't question don't.
-- wonder why these students.
We'll get thrust into this I mean a realize everybody wants to go to Harvard journal Bryan Walton noted do -- or or Cornell or over.
But why is a why they don't recognize that their -- and that's the pools little -- it and they wanna do it and then and they just haven't had the opportunity.
To do is prepared as -- should -- -- dog.
He had no I think -- -- -- it's pretty clear these universities systematically mislead them.
They'll take kids do they know our state you know by virtue of their -- intent scores likely to struggle academically.
And -- so hard don't worry you're gonna do five.
They don't say -- by the way you know most kids -- -- with your grades and test scores and depth of about 20% of its class.
You know it would be very hard for the students to find out so to some extent.
What we suggested a book and ministry incorporated.
Real suggesting any consideration operation we considered -- -- mainly as sort of consumer protection measure.
Universities automaker makes public exactly how the system -- have bigger racial gaps are.
And I know how well or poorly people who entered.
And an academic disadvantage actually do it may get there and so.
It's not you know that it it is it is really.
Kind of scandal escalating universities -- Kids I think.
And let -- -- about it through what's -- bacterial.
The fundamentals of our whole education system.
That is -- to try to find a better way.
To get -- very students who were not prepared.
And we -- character on that and we write that chapter -- great humility because many people have spent a lot of time and energy Smart people trying to figure out how to improve.
-- -- twelve education.
-- -- but in particular black and Hispanic kids because it's not.
It's not working well now.
And nobody's come up with the with the silver bullet but the best evidence we've seen that progress can be made.
There -- a lot of charter schools around the country not all charter school but a lot of just outstanding charter schools.
I like -- here's what actually here in DC DC craft.
We're almost all of -- or minority students.
That are doing amazing job.
Getting them prepared.
To do well academically.
Do well in college -- just you know poor kids and we think their schools have figured out a formula that.
Networks and of course they usually have outstanding.
Highly motivated teachers.
Strict disciplinary requirements.
But we think that the public schools just -- rising to the challenge and the charter schools need to be used more as a model.
And -- teacher union contracts.
Need to change Orleans -- now.
-- to protect the worst teachers.
There's very few incentives -- For example give clarity say that the best teacher so there's a lot of reforms that we think -- current situation.
But getting them to happen is physically -- Plus it was almost impossible and and not impossible but -- rated returns as -- -- Let's return to implement these charter schools or something like armed -- public school.
For example you know Joseph Klein a former superintendent of schools and they -- -- runner -- that a little while ago.
About just outstanding test scores coming from scrutiny from -- sort of promise academy in new York city schools.
Where is up for black and Hispanic kids at these schools here are performing on a par with decisions -- gifted and -- it is schools.
In the public schools in New York City and -- history.
Statewide level -- perform at the same level -- schools with much.
Better off in terms of economics student so it can be done this question is how -- best basis.
They'll sprint -- gonna Aaron affirmative action because -- it's Audubon.
Oh uncertain what's it about fiscal Fisher vs university Texas at these pictures the plaintiff is a good long story by.
What -- actually New York Times about the case today.
She is a white student who did very well -- not quite well that's get a look into the university's Texas under the so called.
Top ten plan which states that perhaps students in every high school.
She was just below the top ten.
And her complaint is that she was a victim of racial discrimination and in emissions because university Texas.
Future racial preferences to Pakistan actions in order to try increase their numbers.
And that though it is Supreme Court because of changes in the composition of the courts is so last they -- -- of these cases.
It's widely expected that -- many years her case to cut back -- Affirmative action not to -- -- But due to limit the size of racial preferences and some -- -- good -- -- this -- plaza number on scientists aren't they were mr.
Taylor junior the -- -- mismatched.
How affirmative action hurts students.
It's incentives and help them why you're in the universe is reluctant to -- to all about the numbers almost.
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