Goldner Says SCOTUS Affirmative Action Cases Could Change College Admissions Process Forever

Goldner Says SCOTUS Affirmative Action Cases Could Change College Admissions Process Forever

Former Kern County Counsel Teri Goldner joins TRBS once again & gives us the specifics on the affirmative action cases that are currently being reviewed by the United States Supreme Court, how these cases could affect students enrolling in college in the future, & Teri explains how being transparent about their admissions process could stop these cases from happening in the future.

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