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Grutter v. Bollinger
Barbara Grutter was denied admission to a school that used race as a factor to choose. She claims the school was being unfair and admitted a less qualified person instead of her.
Grutter took her issue to court, and sued the school. The case eventually made it to the Supreme Court, because schools using race as an admission factor is a national impact
The Supreme Court sided with the school. They said using race as a factor for admitting students is perfectly fine, as long as they take into account other factors as well
This is still a controversial issue today. Some states have already banned affirmative action, which is considering race as a factor during admissions.
Jacob, Tom. "10 Supreme Court Cases Every Teen Should Know." The New York Times. The New York Times, 15 Sept. 2008. Web. 18 Apr. 2017.
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