11/28: ACRU Policy Board member and Professor of Economics Dr. Walter E. Williams explains why the liberal idea that all education should be equal actually hurts many minority students.
10/3: ACRU Policy Board member and Professor of Economics Dr. Walter E. Williams examines whether race plays a role in disciplinary reactions in schools.
7/4: ACRU Policy Board member and Professor of Economics Dr. Walter E Williams discusses how affirmative action policies could hinder minority students.
4/25: ACRU Policy Board member and Professor of Economics Dr. Walter E Williams reports on the many failures of the American education system.
There's another educational issue that's neither flattering nor comfortable to confront. That's the low academic quality of so many teachers.
The educational achievement of white youngsters is nothing to write home about, but that achieved by blacks is nothing less than disgraceful.
White liberals ought to stop feeling guilty so that they can be more respectful in their relationships with black Americans.
Ask any black person which political party has been black people's political ally. With near unanimity, blacks would answer the Democratic Party.
As a group, black Americans have made the greatest gains - over some of the highest hurdles and in a very short span of time - of any racial group in mankind's history.
Since most of the school violence and discipline problems rest with black students, there are a few questions that black parents, politicians, academics and civil rights advocates should ponder.