Campus diversity challenges may send affirmative action back to high court


The debate over racial preferences in higher education admissions could be headed back to the U.S. Supreme Court, the Washington Times reports. After a federal appeals court decision striking down Michigan’s voter-approved ban two weeks ago and a renewed effort afoot to overturn a similar law in California, colleges and universities may be seeking further guidance on how to legally create racial diversity in their student bodies…

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