Many in academia have long known about how the practice of student evaluations of professors is inherently biased against female professors. . . .
- Group A getting better evaluations than Group B is not evidence of bias.
- Asserting that something is true doesn’t mean it’s true.
- Asserting that many people know something to be true doesn’t mean it’s true.
- Most college students (i.e., the people evaluating professors) are female. What, if anything, does this fact suggest?