72 Percent of Top U.S. Medical Schools Using Identity, Racial Politics in Admissions Process: Report

The majority of America’s top-ranked medical schools are injecting racial politics into the admissions process, according to a review conducted by the medical advocacy group Do No Harm.
The review (pdf), published in August, found that 72 percent of the nation’s top 50 schools and 80 percent of the top 10 schools ask probing questions to determine applicants’ views about diversity, equity, and inclusion, including their positions on things like social justice and health equity.
“Elite medical schools are taking as much of an interest in training advocates for ‘diversity, equity and inclusion,’ or DEI, as they are in training physicians,” the report states. “As this report shows, DEI advocacy begins during the medical school admissions process, long before a student ever sets foot on campus.”…
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