As the court case involving Students For Fair Admissions and Harvard draws to a close, the Ivy League university is revising it’s guidelines on admissions questions.
Topic: Delano R. Franklin
The lawyer for Students for Fair Admissions may have kicked off his case with a masterstroke.
The students who brought suit against Harvard, alleging discrimination, will have their day in court but allegedly are not looking forward to it.
And against the same ethnic group, no less.
Students for Fair Admissions (SFFA), which is arguing in a lawsuit that it does, are pointing to findings from Harvard’s own Office of Institutional Research (OIR) which calculate that based on grades alone, Asian-Americans could make up nearly half the student body at the Ivy League institution.