Tag Archives: college admissions

KQED Radio Forum: Do Universities Discriminate Against Asian-Americans?

KQED Radio recently had a forum on whether Universities discriminate against Asian-Americans. The forum had people on different sides of the debate, including: Angela Suh Um, founder and chief consultant with the Boston Academic Consulting Group and former employee in … Continue reading

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University Admissions: How many Asian-Americans are too many?

How many Asian-Americans are too many?  That’s one of the key questions that I see coming out of the Boston Globe‘s op-ed piece “Do Colleges Redline Asian-Americans?” I’ve talked before about the Princeton study cited in the article, which says … Continue reading

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