Scholars argue that the complaint of bias against Harvard reflects a flawed understanding of affirmative action policies.
Here's why disagreement about affirmative action will not end any time soon. Coming up next is a lawsuit brought by Asian-Americans challenging Harvard's race-conscious policy.
Three scholars reflect on the Supreme Court decision in the Fisher case and why institutions need to consider race.
In the Fisher case judgment, the Supreme Court has reminded institutions to assess race-neutral policies. But evidence shows race-neutral policies could worsen racial inequalities.
Scholars argue that the affirmative action case could have consequences for the educational success of students of color.
As the affirmative action case comes up before the US Supreme Court again, the question being asked is how much diversity is enough?
Limiting the use of race in higher education admissions policies for institutions can have harmful consequences for the diversity of the student body.
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?