California Gov. Wants Top 4% Of Grads From Each High School OK'd For Admission To Univ. Of Calif. In Bid To Increase Minority Enrollment

January 1999
Jet;01/25/99, Vol. 95 Issue 8, p22
Discusses efforts of California Governor Gray Davis to ensure diversity at the University of California. His proposal to guarantee admission to the top four percent of students at each high school in the state, rather than the top 12.5 percent; How his idea could be a boon to blacks, Hispanics and white minorities; How the proposal would change the way graduates are ranked.


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