Colleges Discriminating Against Asian American Applicants in Admissions

A number of folks have been asking us if we happened to see the editorial penned by Jay Kaspian Kang in The New York Times Magazine entitled “Where Does Affirmative Action Leave Asian-Americans?” Of course we’ve seen the editorial! And, yes, it’s excellent — the story is well told and … 

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The Benefactors of Asian American Discrimination in Admissions

As regular readers of our college admissions blog likely know, we sometimes like to give voice to our critics. Unsurprisingly, these critics aren’t clients of ours nor have they ever been clients of ours. They’re mostly folks who deride us for the fees we command. One of their refrains goes … 

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Why Our Asian and Asian American Students So Often Earn Admission

It likely comes as little surprise to our readers that some of our clients at Ivy Coach happen to be Chinese American, Korean American, and Indian American. It also likely comes as little surprise to our readers that some of our clients aren’t American at all, hailing from all over … 

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White Privilege and Asian American Discrimination in Admissions

White privilege and Asian American discrimination in admissions. We trust we’ve grabbed your attention. As the United States Department of Justice prepares to mount a legal challenge to the practice of Affirmative Action on the basis that it fosters Asian American discrimination in admissions, we figured we’d share with our … 

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Asian American Discrimination in Admissions

Bev Taylor, Founder of Ivy Coach, published a piece yesterday up on “The Huffington Post” that focuses on how the strategy that Asian American organizations are employing to go about trying to end the discrimination that Asian American applicants face in highly selective college admissions is not the correct strategy. … 

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The Asian American Coalition for Education

Get it together, Asian American Coalition for Education. Ted Olson and David Boies. These are two of the most acclaimed litigators in our nation’s history. The two were on opposing sides of the courtroom in Bush v. Gore but they teamed up to challenge the legality of California’s Proposition 8, a … 

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