Although the U.S. Supreme Court remanded the case of Fisher v. University of Texas to a lower court for further review, the justices laid out a new, tougher, set of rules for using race that require universities first to examine “race-neutral alternatives.” What are the benefits and drawbacks of various options?
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About the panelists
Anthony P. Carnevale is the director of Georgetown University Center on Education and the Workforce. Jennifer Gratz is the founder and CEO of the XIV Foundation. Lani Guinier is a lawyer and scholar at Harvard Law School. Richard D. Kahlenberg is a senior fellow at The Century Foundation. Nancy McDuff is the associate vice president for admissions and enrollment management at The University of Georgia. Moderator Jamaal Abdul-Alim is a contributing writer at Diverse Issues in Higher Education.