A new study finds increased rates of cigarette use among 11th- and 12th-graders in states that passed laws against affirmative action.
When we prioritize speed on the SAT, we discriminate against poor or disabled students—while we discount the importance of slower, deeper thinking.
A college degree isn't worth what it was in the 1980s. Why would the wealthy pay huge sums to get their children into college?
After decades of diversity initiatives and tokenization, Native students deserve advisers who look like them—and a curriculum that treats them as equals.
If affirmative action is abolished there will undoubtedly be increased pressure to also eliminate admissions criteria that favor a very different demographic—children of alumni and donors.
The Trump administration is reversing Obama-era guidelines urging colleges to consider race in admissions practices.