Special treatment for me, but not for thee?
President Joe Biden last week blasted the Supreme Court’s decision on Thursday ruling against affirmative action programs at Harvard and the University of North Carolina, a decision that could remake higher education policies across the country.
In a speech following the court’s decision, Biden also pledged to crack down on elite universities’ practice of “legacy admissions,” in which relatives of previous graduates are given preferential treatment in admissions.
“Practices like legacy admissions and other systems expand privilege instead of opportunity,” Biden said.
The elder Biden urged his son to arrange tutoring for Maisy.
“We should talk about tutors etc starting tomorrow,” he wrote, according to the Free Beacon.