Sunday, May 12, 2013

Diversity Without Affirmative Action: Still a Worthy Goal?

Education News discusses California universities' efforts to maintain diversity after Proposition 209 and asks if diversity is worth the cost:
Those familiar with the Supreme Court are saying that it’s looking increasingly likely that affirmative action in college admissions is on its way out. The New York Times explores the ways in which states that are now looking for a different way to maintain diversity on their college campuses can emulate one of the first states not to use affirmative action at all – California. Read more at Education News.

 

http://lawprofessors.typepad.com/education_law/2013/05/diversity-without-affirmative-action-still-a-worthy-goal.html

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