UCLA Weighs Shift In Admissions Policy

Klein, Alyson
September 2006
Education Week;9/20/2006, Vol. 26 Issue 4, p18
The article reports that the University of California at Los Angeles is considering restructuring its admissions policy, partly in response to concern over the shrinking number of African-American students enrolling in its freshman class. The proposed policy is awaiting final approval from at least one faculty panel beyond the committee who agreed upon it.


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