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Fri, Jun. 14 2013 08:08 AM EDT

Affirmative Action May Not Be the Problem; Do Colleges Prefer Rich Students?

By Napp Nazworth
The current Supreme Court debate over whether to continue over 50 years of affirmative action policies in their current form has brought to light arguments over whether admissions policies have another bias -- rich students. Though most top colleges admit students blind to need, some experts argue that the cost and limits of financial aid produces a student body that is more affluent than the national average. (A link to this page will be included in your message. )

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