How the University of California Board of Regents Rescinded its Ban on Affirmative Action in 2001: A Personal Account, CSHE 13.20 (October 2020)

Abstract: 

This case study is a personal account of decision-making and governance at the University of California. It describes how the University’s educational policy aspirations and the political salience of the issues involved led the Regents of the University of California on May 16, 2001 to unanimously rescind their 1995 prohibition on the use of race, ethnicity, or gender in undergraduate admissions, employment, and contracting.

Author: 
Bruce B. Darling
Publication date: 
October 28, 2020
Publication type: 
Research and Occasional Papers Series (ROPS)