Asian-Americans seek probe into Ivy League admissionsThe Wall Street Journal.
While the population of college age Asian-Americans has doubled in 20 years and the number of highly qualified Asian-American students “has increased dramatically”, the percentage accepted at most Ivy League colleges has flatlined, according to the complaint. It alleges this is because of “racial quotas and caps, maintained by racially differentiated standards for admissions that severely burden Asian-American applicants”.
The complaint is the latest in a long line against selective colleges on behalf of Asian-American applicants, but the Education Department has never found that universities are deliberately discriminating against members of that group.
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