The Supreme Court on Monday agreed to use cases from Seattle and Louisville, Ky., to re-enter the contentious debate over affirmative action.
Three years after the Court upheld race-conscious admission policies in higher education in the Grutter v. Bollinger decision, the new cases will test whether that precedent carries over into the different setting of public elementary and high schools.
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