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Opinions | The Supreme Court Has Banned Affirmative Action. What’s Next for College Admissions?

As of last week, universities face a new legal constraint: the Supreme Court has severely restricted the use of race as a factor in admissions. Nothing in its decision, however, frees universities from their moral obligation to create on-ramps for talented students from all backgrounds. Talent exists everywhere; opportunity does not. Finding it and nurturing […]

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What the Supreme Court’s ruling on affirmative action means for colleges

[1/3]Students walk through the campus of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, North Carolina, US, September 20, 2018. Picture taken on September 20, 2018. REUTERS/Jonathan Drake/File Photo June 29 (Reuters) – The US Supreme Court on Thursday struck down race-conscious policies in college admissions, ending decades of precedent that had allowed schools nationwide

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What FP Canada in-house education means for financial planning

“[W]e are committed to ensuring that all Canadians have access to trusted, professional and qualified advice,” Tashia Batstone, president and CEO of FP Canada, said in a release announcing the change. “Central to this mission is ensuring that all QAFP professionals and CFP professionals are equipped with the best possible technical and professional skills.” Jason

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How student coach relationships give meaning to coursework

Understanding a student’s “Why?” can be a first step in nurturing their success. At Rochester Institute of Technology’s Academic Success Center, staff and student employees work with students to find their intrinsic values ​​and inspire them to work in accordance with those values. In partnership with the Career Services and Cooperative Education Office, RIT students

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