The Supreme Court is poised to make it unconstitutional for schools to consider race as part of an applicant's admissions file
Affirmative action and diversity are treated as politically-charged buzzwords . . . but what do they really mean under the law?
At the end of October, the Supreme Court heard oral arguments regarding the lawfulness of race-conscious admissions programs at Harvard and the University of North Carolina—a topic that folks generically call “affirmative action.” (The term has no legal meaning whatsoever.)
Harvard is accused of discriminating against Asian-American students through the …
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