Further furor

Fenyvesi, C.
December 1991
U.S. News & World Report;12/2/91, Vol. 111 Issue 23, p17
Reports that Education Secretary Lamar Alexander is soon expected to add to the firestorm over the administration's civil-rights policies by affirming a controversial ruling declaring that college scholarships earmarked solely on the basis of race are illegal. How the decision may have more political than practical impact; New estimates by the American Council on Education; Alexander will still allow schools to factor race into scholarship awards.


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