. Supreme Court guts affirmative action, effectively ending race-conscious admissions « JO LEE MAGAZINE

NPR – The decision reverses decades of precedent upheld over the years by narrow court majorities that included Republican-appointed justices. It could end the ability of colleges and universities — public and private — to do what most say they still need to do: consider race as one of many factors in deciding which of the qualified applicants is to be admitted. Chief Justice John Roberts, a longtime critic of racial preferences of any kind, wrote the court’s majority decision, saying that the nation’s colleges and universities must use colorblind criteria in admissions.

Breaking News at NPR

World on the Run | Jo Lee Magazine

Comments are closed.