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Some leaders of historically Black colleges and universities expect the U.S. Supreme Court ruling on affirmative action to bring a flood of applicants to their institutions. They’re not sure they’re ready.
AI writing tools sometimes “correct” students’ dialects. But fixing the tech’s shortcomings may be easier than addressing human language biases.
A North Carolina State University professor alleged retaliation for, among other things, his calling the Association for the Study of Higher Education a “Woke Joke.” A 2–1 court decision rejected his claims.
It may help to identify minority students, but experts caution against expecting essays to replace affirmative action.