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Document Number: 1420

Shaping the Affirmative Action Debate MS Word - The affirmative action debate is important for both policymakers and educators because of a movement to end racial and gender preferences through ballot initiatives and litigation. The debate also has been clarified and advanced by new empirical research that documents the long-term societal benefits of race-conscious programs in college and university admissions. (Education Commission of the States, April 1999)...
Author: Frank Newman and Michael G. Lacy
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