Early college is the equalizer we need

Early college programs targeting Black and brown kids, instructing them to do college-level work while in high school, are one way to compensate for the fact that racial preference policies in college admissions have been ruled unconstitutional. To the extent that that practice tended to benefit affluent over poorer Black and Latino applicants, early college programs’ focus on students of lesser means revises the classist imbalance inherent in the old system.

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