Planning for College After Affirmative Action

This year’s high school seniors are facing a much-changed college admissions landscape following the Supreme Court’s decision to end affirmative action based on race. Our panel discussed how seniors and other aspiring college students, including those in underserved communities, can best prepare for college and present themselves in the application process — as well as offer guidance for the counselors, educators, and parents who support them.

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