‘Adversity scores’ to boost medical school diversity? It would ‘ignore’ patients’ best interests, says expert

As schools cast about for ways to increase diversity after SCOTUS decision on race, experts weigh in

After the Supreme Court’s recent ruling that it is unconstitutional for educational institutions to use race as a factor for college admissions, some medical schools reportedly are looking into other ways to try to bring in a diverse study body.

One so-called idea is the notion of considering adversity when weighing applicants. 

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