Here's an example of Ragab's tendency to manufacture data. From:
Further, with higher education increasingly essential in today's society, too few women are entering and finishing college or going on to graduate or professional school. Today, women earn only one in three of the B.A.'s and M.A.'s granted, and one in ten of the Ph. D.'s.
This jumped right out at me as "postprocessed bovine fodder." So... I went to the National Center for Education Statistics:
So Raghab says that women earn one in three degrees; they actually earn 57.3%. But of course, maybe Raghab's wrong about that; is she right about the PhDs? Let's go back to Table 5 of the report, which was written by one Laura G. Knapp (sounds like a gender traitor to me) and is called, "Postsecondary Institutions in the United States: Fall 2000 and Degrees and Other Awards Conferred: 1999-2000":
There is not much in common between this, which is 44.2%, and the "one in ten" that Raghab fumes about. Intermediate degrees (masters', certificates) favour women; professional (law, medicine) favour men, by similarly small amounts. You can look it up here. The .pdf file is on that page... the link next to Online Availability (or click here; note, it's 428 KB.
So... the most charitable view is that wannabee-mister Raghab is a bit careless with the facts. More likely she completely makes them up, or has denounced statistics as an example of male hegemony, and is relying on her woman's intuition -- which might have worked if she were a less unnatural woman...
Or maybe people stopped sending their daughters to college after 2000 (the most recent statistics available) and Raghab is the only one who knows about it... yeah, right...
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