PERSPECTIVES: Legacy Admissions Seem On the Way Out, But Something Broader and Deeper Remains

The University of Rhode Island’s Prof Carolyn Betensky, writing in Academe: Getting rid of legacy policies is the very least we can do to make university admissions more equitable. But dismantling the less visible effects of systemic (white) privilege will require much more work—especially now, without affirmative action.” Read her commentary here.

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