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    Colleges Skimp on Science, Spend Big on Diversity
    Political Correctness; Posted on: 2012-05-08 06:06:19 [ Printer friendly / Instant flyer ]
    Nothing like a university to waste money in the name of melanin-obsessed multiculturalism.

    How many times have you heard Barack Obama talk about "investing" in education? Quite a few, if you've been listening to the president at all.

    In fact, Americans have been investing more and more in education over the years, led by presidents Democratic and Republican. But it's become glaringly clear that we're getting pretty lousy return on these investments.

    That's been evident at the K-12 level for a long time. Teacher unions and education-school types have had custody of most of our public schools for more than three decades, during which test results and high school graduation rates have been mostly stagnant.


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    And what has the money been spent on? Some of it presumably goes to professors in the hard sciences and the great scholars who have made American universities the best in the world. Well and good.

    But many university administrators have other priorities. The University of California system has been raising tuitions and cutting departments. But, reports John Leo in the invaluable Minding the Campus blog, its San Diego campus found the money to create a new post of "vice chancellor for equity, diversity and inclusion."

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    News Source: Real Clear Politics

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