Well....that’s how Obama got the Nobel...
This kind of thing creates a greater social divide. The Asians have a right to object to discrimination. People won’t know which minorities earned “real grades” and which ones didn’t. The ultimate goal is equal distribution of wealth but under qualified employees, regardless of race, tends to make less than the most qualified employees.
This already happens with K-12. Students with inflated grades don’t land the best jobs, then community organizers point to the disparity in pay adjusting for grades.
I am not saying racism in hiring doesn’t exist, I’m saying system wide grade inflation and promotion of students despite their performance creates miserable social divides later. It undergirds claims of racism by implying equal grade average=equal qualifications and then comparing “all students who graduated from high school or all students who had at least a B+ average” ends up falsely indicating that all disparities of earnings are always racism. What a terrible message to send students - minority students will receive the message that no matter how well they do in school, institutional racism will ensure that they won’t succeed later.