Color and Money: How Rich White Kids Are Winning the War over College Affirmative Action
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Underrepresented minorities, a category which keeps shifting over time. Ironically, the vast majority of those recruited for elite schools under this rubric are from middle class families. Now, if you are wondering why Affirmative Action remains such a source of resentment among many whites, consider this: most working class and middle class white kids fall into NONE of these categories.
And so we repeat one of the most depressing themes in US History: economically disfranchised whites are much more prone to blame those below them than those above them for their plight. Posted by Mark Naison at AM.
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Who is in school? The National Center for Education Statistics projects that this fall, public elementary and secondary school enrollment will be: 48 percent white.
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