Supreme Court refuses to block admissions changes to elite public schools

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Two years ago, Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology in Virginia changed its admissions system in an effort to improve student diversity. Now some parents say the changes discriminate against their children. Sharad Goel and Ivory Toldson join Tiffany Cross to discuss what this decision could mean for Harvard’s affirmative action case in court this fall.

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