Percent Plans in College Admissions: A Comparative Analysis of Three States’ Experiences
- Author(s): Horn, Catherine L.
- Flores, Stella M.
- Orfield, Gary
- et al.
Our public schools are becoming increasingly segregated by race and income and the segregated schools are, on average, strikingly inferior in many important ways, including the quality and experience of teachers and the level of competition from other students. Given these facts, it is clear that students of different races do not receive an equal chance for college.
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