Federal investigation prompts medical school to open programs to white students
The Medical University of South Carolina revised several programs and scholarships after the Department of Education opened an investigation.
The DOE’s Office for Civil Rights informed Mark Perry, a fellow with Do No Harm and a former University of Michigan Flint professor, of the update to his complaint letter. The investigation centered around possible violations of the 1964 Civil Rights Act, which prohibits discrimination on the basis of race for higher education institutions that receive federal funding.
Read more at The College Fix.
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