Education: No Questions

Most colleges piously deny that they set racial or religious quotas—but just the same, many ask their applicants to specify their race and religion. This week President Mildred McAfee Horton announced that Wellesley College would henceforth omit these questions on its application forms—to free Wellesley from "even the appearance of unfair discrimination."


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