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Mr. Brenzel of Yale: Every college aims at putting together a diverse and interesting class, and colleges differ greatly in their institutional priorities. Accomplished students with high aspirations will find a welcome at a broad range and a large number of excellent colleges. Further, it matters far less exactly which of those colleges they attend than it matters how prepared they are to engage the world of opportunities available at any strong college. The fairness issue that concerns me most is not whether well-prepared students will be admitted into good colleges. In this country, they will. The real fairness question is whether poor students have anything like an equal chance to obtain good preparation for college, not to mention access to a means for bearing the cost.

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Civics Essay Contest - Federal Bar Association

Although America claims to give an equal education to all, regardless of any external factors, economic class often plays a role in what type and how good of an education a student may receive.

Australian Human Rights Commission

Mr. Brenzel of Yale: It helps us to have specific information about disabilities, whether learning-related or other, because as the questioner notes, it can help us see accomplishments in context and also determine better if we will be a good fit for a particular student. But let me say this: How does it help a student proceed in education and life to be taught that he or she needs to be manipulated or packaged or even disguised in order to gain some imaginary advantage with a college admissions committee? Good students in this country have many, many choices among excellent colleges and universities, where their success is going to depend almost entirely on their own actions and decisions. My general advice to parents is simply to worry less about achieving an admissions edge and to focus more helping your student to be happy, enthusiastic, curious and well-prepared to seize opportunities.

In 1958, my father, Michael Young, published a short book called The Rise of the Meritocracy, 1870–2023: An Essay on Education and Equality.
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