As more states consider the test as part of high school assessment programs, policy experts see results but urge caution.
Will Michigan become the next state to ban affirmative action at public universities?
With referendum approaching, critics release admissions data showing gaps by race at U. of Michigan, which says numbers are distorted.
Three years after Supreme Court upheld consideration of race by flagship university, voters decide otherwise.
A day after state voters endorsed a ban on affirmative action, students and others at Michigan consider impact on the campus.
U. of Michigan considers legal challenge to referendum -- while others focus on stopping states from adopting similar ballot measures.
After referendum voted down use of race, U. of Michigan talked about suing. Weeks later, it's talking about carrying out the measure.
Wayne State law professors will vote on new admissions approach after Michigan nixed affirmative action. Are they being creative or evasive?
Court allows Michigan universities to finish their admissions cycles with current policies, but questions remain about future legal action.
Federal appeals panel finds no reason to delay Michigan measure or let universities finish year with old policies.
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