UC Achieving Diversity On Campus Without Affirmative Action
Students on UC campuses have diverse backgrounds, but not because of their ethnic makeup. Prop 209, passed by voters in 1996, banned the practice of race-preference in admissions. The UC system now uses what’s called race-neutral methods in accepting freshmen. Linda Yee reports.
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