Colleges Asking About Students' Sexual Orientation
from CBS MoneyWatch
Why are colleges asking about students' sexual orientation? The Chronicle of Higher Education notes that some schools have started asking if college applicants consider themselves to be part of the so-called "lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender," or LGBT, community. This month the University of Iowa became the first known public university to ask its applicants about their sexual and gender orientation. The Massachusetts Institute of Technology also began asking applicants about their sexual identity in its admission application this year.
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