After op-ed by Kenyon dean underscores how college admissions officers favor male applicants, many ask: Is this legal? Is it right?
Low minority enrollments trigger series of protests and considerable campus discussion.
Will Michigan become the next state to ban affirmative action at public universities?
Historians consider their role in reparations debate -- and why debate won't go away.
If departments want black science, math and engineering students to become faculty members, they should have mentors who want close relationships with them, according to a recent study from the University of California at Berkeley.
In K-12 cases, Supreme Court seen as unlikely to undermine Michigan ruling, but new lineup is unpredictable.
Members of U.S. civil rights panel clash over proposed changes in accrediting language on use of race in admissions.
Are Asian college applicants systematically discriminated against? Are law schools to blame for unhappy black lawyers?
A new trial will determine whether Alabama's public colleges and universities are sufficiently desegregated.
U.S. civil rights panel takes up K-12 cases, which many say will have reverberations throughout higher education.
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