Proxy Discrimination in K-12 Schools: The Next Battle for Merit and Equality

Austin Lawyers Chapter

Affirmative action is in the spotlight this term, but universities aren't the only schools admitting students based on race. Across the country, competitive K-12 public schools are quietly using racial proxies to decide who gets in and who stays out - including right here in Austin. Join Pacific Legal Foundation attorney Erin Wilcox as she discusses the fight against racial discrimination in K-12 schools and why it may take on a new significance in a post-Students for Fair Admissions world.

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