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Schools Intent on Skirting Supreme Court Diversity Rulings

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By    |   Thursday, 10 August 2023 07:22 AM EDT

Among the U.S. Supreme Court's final rulings for its 2022-23 term were a pair of decisions that struck the death knell for race-conscious admission practices at state-funded and private colleges and universities – or at least, they were supposed to.

President Joe Biden, who blasted the court's decisions against the University of North Carolina and Harvard, urged colleges to continue using diversity in their admissions decisions – despite the rulings – stating that "diversity should be considered, including students' lack of financial means."

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Among the U.S. Supreme Court's final rulings for its 2022-23 term were a pair of decisions that struck the death knell for race-conscious admission practices at state-funded and private colleges and universities - or at least, they were supposed to.
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