Study reveals that abolishing affirmative action would exclude most blacks from top schools

October 1997
Jet;10/27/97, Vol. 92 Issue 23, p22
Reports on a study by the Journal of Blacks in Higher Education (JBHE) on the impact a ban on affirmative action would have on Black students. The study analyzing statistics on standardized test scores findings, such as the low percentage of black students achieving scores adequate for college entrance; Tests evaluated, including Scholastic Assessment Test (SAT).


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