Monday, October 15, 2012

Links about anti-Asian discrimination in university admissions

Reference for NAACP et al claim Stuyvesant entrance exam is racist.

The NAACP lawsuit against the SHSAT, aka Stuyvesant test, recommends the opaque, subjective, multi-measure university admissions model as the replacement for the SHSAT. Here are resources about anti-Asian discrimination in university admissions:

Minding the Campus: Let's Be Frank about Anti-Asian Admission Policies. More.
Inside Higher Ed: Think Outside 'The Box'.
Yahoo News: Some Asians' college strategy: Don't check 'Asian'.
New York Times: Do Asian-Americans Face Bias in Admissions at Elite Colleges?
New York Times: Asian-Americans in the Argument.
The Dartmouth: Race poses challenges to admissions.
The American Conservative, Ron Unz: The Myth of American Meritocracy.
Michigan State Professor Steve Hsu: comment on The Myth of American Meritocracy.
The Atlantic, Conor Friedersdorf: Is the Ivy League Fair to Asian Americans?
Inside Higher Ed: 2 New Challenges to Affirmative Action; Complaint against Harvard.
Jonathan Turley: Asian American Groups File Complaint Against Harvard Over Discrimination in Admissions.
Princeton Professor Thomas Espenshade.
UCLA Professor Tim Groseclose: Report on Suspected Malfeasance in UCLA Admissions and the Accompanying Cover-up.
80-20 National Asian American Educational Foundation.




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