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On December 9, the Supreme Court heard arguments on a crucial case dealing with racial preferences in college admissions
Starting back in the 1970s, officials at America's more selective colleges and universities began using racial preferences to increase the percentages of certain minority group students on campus.
Another wave of bad publicity and legal questions isn't what the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill needs right now. But that's exactly what the school is getting, thanks to its longstanding and troubling use of race as a major factor in admissions.
Another wave of bad publicity and legal questions isn't what the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill needs right now. But that's exactly what the school is getting, thanks to its longstanding and troubling use of race as a major factor in admissions.
Starting back in the 1970s, officials at America's more selective colleges and universities began using racial preferences to increase the percentages of certain minority group students on campus.
Another wave of bad publicity and legal questions isn't what the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill needs right now. But that's exactly what the school is getting, thanks to its longstanding and troubling use of race as a major factor in admissions.
Racial preferences have never been popular among most Americans, and in fact they are becoming less and less popular.
Last June, the U.S. Supreme Court took a step toward weakening racial preferences in university admissions. Ed Blum is trying to end them for good, potentially starting with the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
In June 2013, the U.S. Supreme Court took a step toward weakening racial preferences in university admissions. Ed Blum is trying to end them for good nationwide, potentially starting at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
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