The use of race in college admissions will be restricted in public and private following the Supreme Court’s decision.
Public and Private Universities and Colleges Will Be Banned from Using Race in College Admissions Following Supreme Court’s Ruling
Following the new ruling of the Supreme Court, public and private colleges and universities will be banned from using race in college admissions amidst the increasing cases of not being admitted due to having race in college admissions as the major factor in accepting students.
According to an ABC News report, the use of race in college admissions has been discriminating against students from other races to get into colleges and universities they wanted despite having good grades and attitudes because they still have to be selected by race in college admissions.
With the new ruling regarding the use of race in college admissions, selective colleges and universities that consider race will be forced to omit that factor and be willing to accept students from any race or color.
Decision to Restrict the Use of Race in College Admissions Receives Support from Individuals and Groups
After the new ruling to restrict the use of race in college admissions was announced, individuals and groups expressed their support for the decision and claimed that it was long overdue to stop using race in college admissions to provide fair access to education for all races.
Supporters claimed that students from other races, including Asian, Black, and Hispanic, should be treated fairly by colleges and universities and should not experience getting ignored due to the use of race in college admissions as no one deserves it.