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Colleges rethink legacy admissions in the wake of decision against affirmative action

The Supreme Court’s decision to limit the use of race in admissions was a game-changer for colleges. While the ruling’s biggest impact is on the most selective schools, a survey found nearly a quarter of all colleges considered race to some degree before the pandemic. Special correspondent Hari Sreenivasan looks at how some schools are reevaluating admissions for our series, Rethinking College.

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