US Supreme Court bars consideration of race in college admissions

Jun 29, 2023 View Original Article
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52% : Washington, Jun 29 (EFE).- The United States Supreme Court on Thursday struck down the use of affirmative action at colleges and universities nationwide, finding that Harvard and the University of North Carolina had violated the constitution by using race as a factor in their admissions processes.
50% : He noted that numerous Supreme Court rulings dating back to 1978 had affirmed the view that "colleges could use race, not as a determining factor for admission, but as one of the factors among many in deciding who to admit from a qualified pool of applicants.""Many people wrongly believe that affirmative action allows unqualified students to be admitted ahead of qualified students.

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