Listen: University Of Northern Carolina Chapel Hill, Harvard University And Wall Street Journal discussed on Michael Brown
"You'll be able to see your SAT score on what it is you can't achieve we won't see what they call your. Adversity score. So if you're a rich kid. But you're in a poor neighborhood. Your score would be probably pretty good because you get a bump for being in a poor neighborhood. This is part of the victim celebration that the left loves so much. This is a social Justice scam to, to try to reward people for claiming being victim. And by the way, I'm not saying that being from bad neighborhood, or coming from a single parent. Isn't a challenge. It is. But what this does is it. Is it curves the score? So. A kid from one neighborhood. Who got the same scores a kid from another day. Can get a bump. They are no longer equal. Fifty colleges. Use a score last year as part of a beta test, the college board plans to expand it to a hundred and fifty institutions, this fall and then use it broadly the following year. How colleges I'm reading from the Wall Street Journal, by the way, how colleges considered a student's race and class and making missions decision is hotly. Contested many colleges, including Harvard University say a diverse student body is part of the educational mission of school. That's funny. I thought teaching kids was part of the educational mission of school. So there's a law scoot lawsuit accusing Harvard of discriminating against Asian American applicants fi holding them to a higher standard. And that's a waiting a judge's ruling. Lawsuits charging unfair admission practices have also been filed against the university of northern Carolina Chapel Hill and the university of California system should Graf here. Of the SAT scores. And how they're distributed by race. The average SAT score is one thousand and sixty eight."