With economic inequality growing to record highs, students and universities would be better served by reformulating their affirmative-action policies along class lines.
Republicans and Democrats are at odds over how to overhaul No Child Left Behind so it better supports low-income children. But what if they're missing the point?
The plan's potential to promote socioeconomic and racial integration is critical to advancing higher education.
How Barack Obama's role as America's first black president could affect race-based preference programs