Op-Ed: Operation Varsity Blues hasn’t ended unfair admissions policies at our colleges
Aug 7, 12:00 AM
Across the United States, many high school students from high-income families have the resources to attend elite private schools, take personalized SAT/ACT prep courses, go on resume-boosting travel programs, embark on cross-country college tours to “demonstrate interest,” and employ professional college counselors to strengthen their application materials. Students from lower-income backgrounds often have no opportunity to engage in any of these activities.
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