Sailer Review Of THE LONG CRUSADE: A Magisterial HBD-aware History Of Education Reform
My new column in Taki’s Magazine is a review of an important new history of American education reform efforts from an HBD-aware perspective:
by Steve Sailer
November 04, 2015
My old friend Raymond Wolters, a professor of history at the U. of Delaware for 50 years, has come back from five months in the hospital waiting for his lung transplant to write the first narrative account to make sense of the fads and fashions that have roiled K–12 public schools since the failure of forced busing to prove a panacea for racial disparities in school achievement: The Long Crusade: Profiles in Education Reform, 1967–2014.
I’m biased in favor of The Long Crusade, in part because I didn’t have much hope that Professor Wolters would live through his health woes to write it, in part because I am quoted a few dozen times in it.
(By the way, seeing myself quoted alongside more respectable figures, I have to admit that I really do come across as a sarcastic bastard.)
Read the whole thing there.