Alleged racial discrimination in enrollment Yale University: groundless

According to the report, the Ministry of justice sent a letter to the Yale Law Group on the 13th, citing details of the University’s illegal enrollment process and demanding that race be immediately stopped as one of the admission criteria in the enrollment process. < / P > < p > the U.S. Department of Justice says that every year, dozens of Asian and white students are eliminated because of their ethnic background when they apply to Yale University. In fact, these students meet the admission criteria. < / P > < p > it is reported that the investigation originated in 2016, when federal agencies in the United States received accusations that Yale University, Brown University and Dartmouth College were suspected of racial discrimination in enrollment. < / P > < p > in a letter to Yale lawyers, U.S. Undersecretary of justice drabender wrote that Yale University’s means of racial discrimination cause unfair and illegal punishment to applicants, especially for Asian and white applicants. < / P > < p > the U.S. Department of Justice said, “every year hundreds of students are admitted, and race is the only measure.” The Department of justice found that when Asian and white students applied to Yale, compared with African students with similar academic performance, they had only one tenth to one fourth of the admission opportunities. In response, Yale University said in a statement on the 13th that it solemnly denied the accusation made by the Department of justice and said it had no plan to “change its enrollment practices based on such worthless and hasty accusations.”