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The U.S. Supreme Court reversed affirmative action in higher education on Thursday, ending decades of race-conscious admissions that meant to give historically disadvantaged students a better chance at college.

The U.S. Supreme Court reversed affirmative action in higher education on Thursday, ending decades of race-conscious admissions that meant to give historically disadvantaged students a better chance at college.

Patrick Semansky

The U.S. Supreme Court reversed affirmative action in higher education on Thursday, ending decades of race-conscious admissions that meant to give historically disadvantaged students a better chance at college.

The U.S. Supreme Court reversed affirmative action in higher education on Thursday, ending decades of race-conscious admissions that meant to give historically disadvantaged students a better chance at college.

Patrick Semansky

What’s next after the end of affirmative action?

It’s been a couple weeks since the SCOTUS decision on affirmative action. How will the country’s top schools continue to promote diversity?

The U.S. Supreme Court reversed affirmative action in higher education on Thursday, ending decades of race-conscious admissions that meant to give historically disadvantaged students a better chance at college.

Patrick Semansky

   

On June 29, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled against race-conscious policies in college admissions. This means selective schools across the country will need to rethink how they will continue to promote diversity within their institutions.

Reset discusses the change to the admissions process and the impact it could have on future students in higher education and in the workplace.

GUESTS: OiYan Poon, associate professor affiliate of higher education leadership at Colorado State University

Anthony Chen, associate professor of sociology at Northwestern University

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