Admissions Equity, the Supreme Court, and Reduced Enrollment in the Long Term

SocratesPost is always on the frontlines scouring the news for relevant updates in the college admissions landscape. We look for anything that can help shape our understanding of the latest trends in admissions and help our readers see the direction in which we’re moving.

Questions we explored this week:

  • Two schools are at the heart of new Supreme Court affirmative action cases. Which ones?
  • “It is a crisis, and I don’t think it’s widely recognized yet that it is.” What is?
  • What are the keys to creating true equity in admissions and financial aid?

Harvard and University of North Carolina
Admissions which consider race, also known as affirmative action, are under fire again. The cases center on Asian Americans being admitted at the lowest rate ...

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