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Intended Consequences
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March 21, 2011, 12:30 PM
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From the NYT:
Massachusetts Institute of Technology acknowledged 12 years ago that it had discriminated against female professors in "subtle but pervasive" ways, it became a national model for addressing gender inequity. Now, an evaluation of those efforts shows substantial progress - and unintended consequences. Among other concerns, many female professors say that M.I.T.`s aggressive push to hire more women has created the sense that they are given an unfair advantage.
What`s so "unintended" about that consequence? Or are they just complaining that others have noticed that consequence?