The Supreme Court has weighed in on affirmative action in college admissions multiple times, with the latest ruling in 2016. This time, the cases before the court present more complex challenges. 🏛️
In the Harvard case, Students for Fair Admissions argue that the admissions process discriminates against Asian American applicants. In the UNC case, the contention is that the process lacks flexibility and fails to adequately consider race. ⚖️📚
The court’s decision in these cases carries significant implications for affirmative action nationwide. A ruling striking down affirmative action would be a triumph for Students for Fair Admissions and other opponents. Conversely, an affirmation of affirmative action would be a setback for these groups and a victory for supporters. 🗽✊
Anticipated to be heard in fall 2022, the court is set to deliver its ruling in spring 2023. Stay tuned for the outcome that will shape college admissions policies across the country. 📅🔔
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