The Long Road to Race-Blindness

@inproceedings{Kane2003TheLR,
  title={The Long Road to Race-Blindness},
  author={Thomas J. Kane},
  year={2003}
}
In June of 2003, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that universities could continue to consider applicants' race in admission decisions. In this Policy Forum, [Thomas Kane][1] discusses the empirical realities underlying the decision. He explains the difficulties of using race-neutral alternatives, such as family income or high school class rank, to maintain racial diversity on selective campuses. The author also identifies likely future challenges to race-conscious policies. [1]: http://www… CONTINUE READING