I’m not really sure what this article is about because it rambles on about a lot of different stuff.
One thing I learned is that elite colleges have instituted a strict quota on the number of Asians they will admit, so that all of the top schools have approximately the same percentage of Asian students, which is significantly lower than if admissions were based on test scores and academic achievement.
I also learned that Jews are no longer as prominent in math and science achievement, and that’s not surprising to me at all, because everyone in the elite knows that STEM is for Asians and middle-class kids. Jewish parents have learned that colleges value sports and “leadership” activities more than raw academic achievement and nerdy activities like math olympiads, and that the most prestigious careers are value transference activities which don't require science or high-level math.
You should re-read my critique of Amy Chua's parenting advice. Jews have figured out that's crappy advice for 21st century America.