Justice Antonin Scalia’s recent comments have provoked a lot of reaction.
Scholars argue that the affirmative action case could have consequences for the educational success of students of color.
People queue up outside the US Supreme Court in Washington, DC to hear the case of Fisher v University of Texas, Austin.
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As the affirmative action case comes up before the US Supreme Court again, the question being asked is how much diversity is enough?
Could the decision in the Abigail Fisher case exacerbate racial tensions on campuses?
Limiting the use of race in higher education admissions policies for institutions can have harmful consequences for the diversity of the student body.
Despite criticism from segments of the community, affirmative action helps many disadvantaged Asian-Americans.
Not all Asian-Americans are high-achieving model minorities. What happens when the myth of Asian disadvantage hurts some of the most marginalized students in the US?
An important affirmative action case comes back to Supreme Court.
Could the Abigail Fisher case, which is back before the Supreme Court, further limit the use of race in higher education admissions policies for institutions across the nation?
Students no longer have the time for self-discovery.
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The pursuit to get into the best colleges has taken out the joy of learning from students' lives.
A racially diverse medical workforce leads to better quality of care.
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Ban on affirmative action across eight states has led to a drop in minority students at medical schools.
Universities in South Africa do it…
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“Affirmative action won’t be around for much longer, ” said one of our professors twenty years ago, advising against writing a dissertation on this topic. The United States Supreme Court’s Schuette decision…