Opinion

Date: 
Sunday, September 27th, 2015
By: 
Jerry Sha
Equal opportunity has been something of a buzzword since seemingly the turn of the century. Policymakers and political reformers have been pushing hard for equality, initially focused on race, but expanding now to include education and gender.

The drive for equality draws fire from stunning and undeniable statistical facts. Less than five percent of fortune 500 company executives, for example, are female, and all but 20 heads of nation in the entire world are men.