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Access Is at the Core
​​Summers aren’t always slow in the world of education—and this summer has us all tuned in with much activity with US Supreme Court rulings and potential rulings in the fall.

Of most significance is the Supreme Court’s decision to reconsider Fisher v. University of Texas at al. Much has been discussed about the back and forth between the 5th US Circuit Court of Appeals and the Supreme Court related to this case—causing all of us to carefully watch the outcome  and its potential impact on college access and diversity on campus.

While there will be passionate debate on both sides of the issue, I believe access is at the core. Read more.

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