That's how it's done in NJ. The poor districts have greater per-pupil total funding than the wealthy ones, and the poor districts get nearly all that money from the state whereas the wealthy ones get nearly nothing from the state. Guess what the outcomes are? Yep, same as before that funding formula was established; the poor districts suck and the wealthy districts are much better.
What!? Was the poor woman who was serving her there the same person who determined that the car should be towed?
Doesn't matter, you front for scum, you rightfully bear the scorn meant for them.
If you have a problem with a company and the employee you're talking to doesn't handle it the way you want, you ask for their name and their manager's name and then contact the latter (or further up the chain) until you find out if it's their policy or if someone has made a mistake.
Doesn't work that way. Scum companies will either give you the runaround or stonewall you. Anything to just make you go away.
If none of that works or it indeed is policy, you then pursue the legal route.
And you'll find the scum have manipulated the system so you can't win without spending much more than they stole.
Last time my car was towed (unlawfully), the tow company demanded charges beyond what was legal AND demanded cash only despite the law specifically requiring them to take credit cards. Yeah, I could have sued them... in the meantime, my car sits in their storage lot racking up fees while I have no car. Once I pay them, there's no more case and no more cause to sue.
Simple. There probably weren't many who knew both
1) The floor needed reinforcing and
2) It hadn't been done.
Occam's Razor says communications error.
Everyone actually in charge of building the thing would have believed the floor would be adequate. Whoever was in charge overall dropped the ball (maybe misread a statement to the effect "floor shall be reinforced to such-and-such-a-spec" as "floor has been reinforced to such-and-such-a-spec".
and it will all be done again. To no avail. At least since I was in 7th grade (that's about 30 years ago) there have been special sections, schools, what have you for getting girls into mathematics and technical subjects. Usually they flop big-time. Sometimes they appear to have some success for a year or two and then flop. The sensible person would look at these failures and think that whatever the cause for the difference, it cannot be solved with this sort of segregated schooling. The politically motivated educator just keeps doing the same thing over and over again.
Don't hold your breath waiting for a movement to stop getting men going into elementary education from being labeled pedophiles.
Yeah, the NYC version of this app just blinks FUCK OFF on the screen and plays a Bronx cheer.
A SCIGen paper responding to a SCIpher call for papers nets its "author" the Turing award. The punch line? It deserves it.
Yes, this. At some point in the past, women were better represented in the math and sciences. Decades ago, more women were doing technical stuff
Not all that many more. NPR misrepresents the situation. For as long as the US Department of Labor has kept records, men have been prevalent in computing.
And then at some point engineering and technology became a "bro" field and pushed a lot of women out
Engineering has been male dominated throughout history.
The whole "men pushed women out" narrative doesn't hold water.
This story included just enough SJW dog-whistles (like "this is a propitious time for women beginning careers in academic science" and "What we found shocked us") to make the SJWs point to it, without realizing it actually demolishes them.
Just call it APAP, it's shorter and works in both places. Used as a pain reliever I'd also accept "placebonol", because it doesn't work.
But if you think I'm pulling it out of my ass or because I want to feel special
... you're a moron.
There's a group of people who for some reason claim that _there is no such thing as ability_. This is an obviously insane belief, but they will hold it nevertheless.
But what is a "double tassel" distribution?
Except being "pushy" and being "assertive" are the same thing. The only difference is the gender of the person doing it. If a man sticks up for himself, he is respected. If a woman sticks up for herself, she's a bitch.
So you say. I say that doing the things that would get a woman called "pushy" are typically things that would get a man called "pushy", and doing things that get a woman called "bitchy" would generally get a man called an "jerk" or an "asshole".
How does this work? Does Reddit give the same offer to all employees for a given job title? If so, and they make a single offer better than the market initial offer, they'll be paying non-negotiators more than they have to, and losing the best negotiators. This is likely to be costly.
If they make the same offers they made before this policy, they'll lose negotiators to other companies. If negotiation is correlated with skill this is a loss; otherwise, it could be a loss or a win.
If they make an individualized offer to each employee, negotiation will happen anyway; it'll just happen without explicit haggling. Candidates will try to signal that they'd require a lot to accept, in order to get a higher offer. I'd bet that candidates who would negotiate are probably better at that kind of signaling.
"Nobody can take anything away from anybody who earned it by virtue of their privileged status, and use it to help the under-privileged minorities achieve equal footing, if you do that, you're a tyrant." Right, that sounds like a nice, pat Objectivist answer, and is clearly showing how "tyrannical" it is to take something away from someone!
The alternative that Social Justice offers is
1) It's OK to take anything away from anyone who earned it by virtue of their privileged status.
2) Anything white males have earned, as been earned by virtue of their privileged status
3) Therefore it is OK to take anything away from white males.