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HomeUSWhat is the Future for College Admissions Now That Affirmative Action Has Ended

What is the Future for College Admissions Now That Affirmative Action Has Ended

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The Supreme Court rejected Biden’s offer for loan forgiveness. The administration’s attempt to achieve its long-term goal of cancelling student loan debt was thwarted by the conservative supermajority.

The Supreme Court’s decision on Thursday will force colleges throughout the nation to stop taking race into account when making admissions decisions, putting an end to decades-old affirmative action laws.

Nine states, including California, Michigan, Florida, and Washington, forbid affirmative action at private colleges. Vitamin Bottles. Hydrogen Alkaline Generator Water + Filter 4 in 1 Design 500mL (16.9 FL OZ) for Only $8.99

Republican states have the right to challenge Biden’s loan forgiveness scheme, according to the 6-3 decision. Although the court is returning the case to the lower courts for additional proceedings notwithstanding the majority’s finding that Biden employed an illegal premise of authority to forgive loans.

Chief Justice John Roberts stated for the majority, “The Secretary asserts that the HEROES Act gives him the authority to cancel $430 billions of student loan principal.” “No, it doesn’t,”

Biden could not amend the law to waive loans under the Education Act, according to Roberts, who claimed that the Heroes Act would have permitted Biden to do so.

What does this signify for legacy admissions from the past?

Colleges are under increasing pressure to stop other admission practices that disproportionately benefit white and affluent candidates now that affirmative action is off the table. Legacy preferences, or the practice of giving former students’ children an advantage in admission, are foremost among them.

Roberts chastises his dissenting colleagues in his concluding remarks for claiming that the court had overstepped its bounds. He contends that the court is making decisions utilizing the established procedures. “Reasonable minds may disagree with our analysis — in fact, at least three do,” Roberts wrote. “We do not mistake this plainly heartfelt disagreement for disparagement. It is important that the public not be misled either. Any such misperception would be harmful to this institution and our country.”

“Today’s decision thus moves the goalposts for triggering the major-questions doctrine,” Kagan wrote. “Who knows — by next year, the Secretary of Health and Human Services may be found unable to implement the Medicare program under a broad delegation because of his actions’ (enormous) ‘economic impact.”

Of course, there are opponents to the ruling. The Student Borrower Protection Center characterized the decision as a victory for the powerful and wealthy at the expense of those who most require the help of the state. “This court will go down in history as one dedicated to expanding the rights of powerful special interests while stripping rights away from everyone else,” Mike Pierce, executive director of that center, said in a statement.

Biden describes the Supreme Court’s decision to forgive student loans as “unthinkable” in his initial response. Republican senators are working on legislation to try to shield themselves from any voter reaction while Republicans are welcoming the decision as a defeat for a “bailout” proposal.

In a different decision, the court curbed rights for LGBTQ people by siding with a Christian web designer in Colorado who declined to make webpages to commemorate same-sex marriages due to his or her religious convictions. The decision, which was supported by free speech arguments, marks the latest success for religious conservatives at the Supreme Court.

When will the decision become final? What students need to know.

The methods schools use to evaluate applicants may undergo significant changes. Students are still permitted to mention their race in applications.

In the majority judgment, Chief Justice John Roberts stated that institutions are not prohibited from “considering an applicant’s discussion of how race affected his or her life, be it through discrimination, inspiration, or otherwise.”

This implies that students will still be able to write about how racism affected them as they were growing up, how their schools dealt with racial fairness, or how it affected their possibilities.

These writings may be considered by college admissions officers in addition to other aspects of a student’s application, such as test results, grades, and extracurricular accomplishments.

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