In Fisher, SCOTUS upheld (at least technically) affirmative action in higher education. While the Court reaffirmed that student body diversity could be a compelling state interest, the Supreme Court has made the burden so high for a program to be “narrowly tailored” that the Court has all but gutted “honest” affirmative action.
What about employment? While the Supreme Court’s case has nothing to do with employment, it has everything to do with employment. Same decision makers! Continue reading Supreme Court’s Affirmative Action Case: Not About But Entirely About Employment