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Texas Med School Agrees to Stop considering Race in Admissions

Texas Med School Agrees to Stop considering Race in Admissions

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Texas Tech University's medical school has agreed to end its consideration of race in selecting candidates

(Reuters) - A Texas medical school will no longer consider race in its admissions decisions under an agreement with the U.S. Department of Education, ...

Texas Tech's Medical School Agrees To Stop Considering Race In Admissions

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