According to a Daily Mail article I just read, a University of Texas Professor has "sparked outrage" by stating the screamingly obvious: black and Hispanic children are failing because so many of them are being raised in poor, single-parent homes.
What's controversial here? What are we disputing? That (as a group) black and Hispanic students are doing poorly compared with whites and Asians? That many more black and Hispanic children (as compared with white and Asian children) are being raised in poor, single-parent homes? That there is any connection between these two "data points"?
I don't get it.