Preferential college admissions violated the 14th Amendment's Equal Protection Clause.
In an attempt to make the student body more conservative, Christopher Rufo says the school is actively "rebalancing" the ratio of male and female students.
It's time to retire the idea that getting rid of standardized tests increases equality.
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They probably aren't illegal under current law. But they are nonetheless wrong for many of the same reasons as racial preferences.
A preliminary assessment of today's decisions. The majority rightly struck a blow against the use of racial preferences for purposes of advancing "diversity" in education. But there are some flaws in its reasoning.
There is no reason for public universities to grant preferential treatment to the scions of their alumni.
The link between Bostock v. Clayton County and Students for Fair Admissions v. University of North Carolina
The likely answer is "yes." There are three types of potential litigants who probably qualify.
COVID-19 Gutted College Attendance. Now, a Solid Labor Market Is Convincing More High School Grads To Skip It.
The number of high school seniors going on to attend college has plummeted in the past two years, deepening the already steady decline.
American Council of Education Claims Ending Racial Preferences in College Admissions Would Chill Speech
Do First Amendment claims about racial preferences hold water?
Doing away with standardized testing doesn't help low-income applicants gain entry to elite colleges.
Federal subsidies for higher education lead to market distortions that affect financially needy students.
Giving kids more educational options would help produce the long-term change activists want.
A November ballot initiative would pit minority communities against each other.
Plea deals aren’t about mercy these days. They’re about intimidating defendants into giving up the right to a trial.
Race-based admissions will likely make a return visit to the Supreme Court.
When Britain reversed its free college program and asked its citizens to foot a portion of their college bill, more working class people got degrees.
"I want to apologize to the students who work hard every day to get into college."
Higher education is a moral mess.
Cheating scandal should have taxpayers asking whether it's right to subsidize the campus party lifestyles of celebrity scions who fake water polo careers.
Her experience is a good example of why affirmative action policies are a bad idea.
The most sensible and effective way to police private college admissions practices isn't litigation or regulation, but competition.
Many Americans are said to be turning against higher education. They may just be sick of an expensive and dysfunctional model that's outlived its usefulness.
Seniors must choose from a list of acceptable post-school plans, or they won't graduate.
College puts the brakes on rewarding the educational successes of a minority group.
Pending court cases pertaining to race-based legislation.
Proposal 2 was passed in 2006
They will also splinter the Democrats' minority base