October 13, 2000
Colleges Say Privacy Laws Hinder Class-Rank Admissions Plans
Citing federal privacy laws, officials in Texas and California -- two of the three states that guarantee admission to public colleges to top-ranked high-school students -- have refused to share the names of some of the students with the colleges. As a result, college admissions directors said the class-rank laws that are intended to enlarge the pool of minority students could actually be missing hundreds of eligible students.
California, Florida, and Texas
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