Very soon, the US Supreme Court is expected to rule in a landmark affirmative action case. And we’re going to learn what it could mean for colleges and universities in Colorado. The case was brought by a white student, Abigail Fisher, against the University of Texas, when she failed to get in. She claimed she lost a space in the 2008 freshman class to minority students with poorer scores. The case could end -- or greatly restrict -- the use of race-based affirmative action in college admissions. Joining us is CU Boulder law professor Melissa Hart. When the decision comes down, she’ll be be live blogging for SCOTUS blog about the case.
Historic Affirmative Action Case Could Change Colorado Education Policy
Jun 12, 2013
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