Speaking of sunshine . . .
Per Candace’s post yesterday, any higher-ed sunshine act – whether federal or state – should include a requirement that schools disclose (A) whether they use racial and ethnic admission preferences and, if so, (B) how the school ensures that such preferences meet the limits the Supreme Court has placed on them. The Center for Equal Opportunity has drafted model legislation like this, Rep. Steve King (R., Iowa) has introduced such a bill, and the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights has endorsed the approach.