Legacy Admissions Run Amok

As if the nation's inequitable system of district-based K12 education
wasn't problematic enough, two affluent California districts are now
offering legacy admissions priorities to the children of alumni who
live outside the district:

Legacy enrollments offered in two top L.A.-area school districts

LA Times

That's right. Legacy enrollment for elementary and secondary schools. Legacy admissions have long been common at some
private schools and universities and colleges. But, like affirmative
action, they are extremely controversial.

This seems pretty gross to me.

Cross Posted from TWIE

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