Why his Harvard acceptance was rescinded

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Questions we explored this week:

  • This week, Harvard rescinded an admittance from a survivor of a high school shooting. Why?
  • How is Duke going to use the SAT adversity score? Finally, a response from Duke’s admissions dean
  • Here’s one way to improve college students’ attendance: track them. Who is doing this and how?

June 18, 2019 — He posted racist statements online.
Kyle Kashuv, a pro-gun and pro-Trump Parkland shooting survivor, had gotten into Harvard. However, admissions officials discovered his racist state...

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