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Equity, not coronavirus, top concern at college

Empower Wisconsin | May 5, 2020

While universities nationwide face steep budget cuts, hiring freezes and furloughs, “gender, racial, and ethnic equity” remains a top priority.

As the College Fix reports, the National Science Foundation plans to spend nearly $30 million over the next two years to promote such equity initiatives.

In short, the foundation requires grant requestors to tattle on themselves, offering data showing examples of discrimination at their institution and how they will remedy their perceived bias transgressions.

The foundation, like so many in the field of wokeness, assumes subconscious biases and stereotypes lead to institutional inequality and unfair treatment among faculty, according to the website. Of course, the general assumption is that the biases generally benefit white, male students.

Read more at The College Fix. 

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