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Why Obama administration shouldn't use Title IX to balance math classes
Article here. Excerpt:
'Public schools are hereby ordered to meticulously log and report to a federal officer (in the interest of “broadening data collection”) the gender breakdown of their math and science classes. Virtually all public and private colleges (“grant-receiving universities”) will be held to a new standard.
If federal officials think your classes are too male-dominated, the government will order you to put more women in them (“help you to comply with Title IX rules”) until it likes the ratio.
Punishment for failure to obey will be severe (nice federal funding you have there — it’d be a shame if anything happened to it).
Who says “under-representation” is anything to be worried about? Sixty-nine percent of psychologists are women. Do we need to address the psychologists’ gender gap? Sixty-one percent of veterinarians are women. And like their best-known ex-colleague, Michele Bachmann, 74% of tax examiners are women. Not every profession can be at least half-female unless every profession is required to be exactly half-female.'
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