Tomorrow, the US Supreme Court will take another look at making race and ethnicity part of admissions to elite public colleges and universities. It's the second time the court will review the claim of a white woman, Abigail Fisher, who in 2008 sued the University of Texas at Austin for racial discrimination — claiming that she was rejected in favor of minority applicants less academically qualified. The justices have a history of eroding affirmative action, and supporters of partially race-based admissions are not expecting good news. Are there other ways of creating the campus diversity regarded as essential to higher education?
Does Affirmative Action Have a Future?
Greg Stohr - Bloomberg News - @GregStohr, Monique Lin-Luse - NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund - @mlinluse, Gail Heriot - University of San Diego / US Commission on Civil Rights - @GailHeriot, Denea Joseph - UCLA, Richard Kahlenberg - Century Foundation - @rickkahlenberg