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Monday, August 27, 2018

After Years of Lies and Cover-Ups, the True Face of Racism in Education is being Exposed

By Reader-Researcher R.C.


Sent: Mon, Aug 27, 2018 10:55 p.m.

Subject: SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Time and again, Chinese-American students consistently delivered top academic scores, only to be denied admission to their dream school. Parents bemoaned what they saw as an unfair racial advantage given to black and Latino children w

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) - Time and again, Chinese-American students consistently delivered top academic scores, only to be denied admission to their dream school. Parents bemoaned what they saw as an unfair racial advantage given to black and Latino children while their own children were overlooked. "Every year hundreds of Chinese-American parents would be in anguish," said Lee Cheng, a 46-year-old intellectual property attorney, who sought to end the practice. "I remember the disappointment in some of my friends who were the kids of immigrants, of very, very poor people who worked in Chinatown.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

"Parents bemoaned what they saw as an unfair racial advantage" NOT merely seen as an advantage. It is an advantage.