Research in recent years has consistently shown that SAT and ACT scores are directly influenced by family income, race, and the education level of the mother. In an effort to level the playing field, various universities and colleges in the US have started to phase out or have eliminated the use of these standardized tests as admissions requirements.
In this article, Osamudia James argues that’s not nearly enough. James, a law professor at the University of Miami and a 2020 Public Voices Fellow, says that much more needs to be done to achieve a truly diverse college campus.
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