• Roland Fryer


21st Century Inequality: The Declining Significance of Discrimination. Roland Fryer, Fall 2014, Paper. "The author wants to talk about inequality in the 21st century, in particular on the decline in the significance of discrimination and the increase in the significance of human capital. It starts with some basic facts about the achievement gap in America. If you listen to NPR or tune into 60 Minutes, you probably get a sense that the US is lagging behind other countries in student achievement and that there is a disturbing difference in the performance of racial groups. For example, on average 44% of all students, regardless of race, are proficient in..." Link