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College admission is not and should not be an evaluation of the worthiness or deservingness of individuals.
And, you know, we need greater representation to make sure our future leaders are exposed to diverse perspectives and lived experiences, that our future leadership is seen as legitimate.
Colleges in the United States are embedded in a society plagued by rampant inequality, including racial inequality, and one in which we often turn to education as a mechanism to address that inequality.
And so, I think the lack of clarity sometimes on university purposes allowed families to map their own meanings onto selection.
And I think that universities need to correct these misunderstandings explicitly.
So, of course, affirmative action is enough to fully address the diverse roles of our universities.
And its impact might be paltry compared to increasing financial aid, increasing funding for state and community colleges, increasing funding for Historically Black Colleges and Universities, social supports for working-class and poor families. Most college mission statements express commitments to teaching, as well as the public good, inculcating civic values.
And in general, U.
When I talk to British students, they—Britain has a very different way of admitting students, but they think their way is the best.
And even within the U.
And so history suggests that reasonable people and selective colleges will disagree about how to admit students.
So overall, I want to—I think we need to change our typical vision for college admissions as an individualist, meritocratic competition.
When we consider affirmative action within a broader consideration of the purposes of selective higher education in the U.
The list goes on.
But I want to remind everyone that these policies are not zero-sum.
We should pursue all of them, alongside affirmative action, and not as a replacement.
FASKIANOS: Thank you so much for that overview.
And now we are going to go to all of you for your questions and comments.
Q: Good afternoon, Natasha.
I have a few comments, but I also then want to raise a question on something that was not covered.

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