race norming

race norm·ing

(nôr′mĭng)
n.
The practice of adjusting scores on a standardized test by using separate curves for different racial groups.

race′-normed (-nôrmd) adj.
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He then concludes that "all of them offer substantial benefits that justify both public and private race-conscious affirmative action" Yes, Edley opposes race norming and quotas (both already illegal), but he supports the kind of preferences that even liberals like William Brennan and Harry Blackmun have acknowledged can have very nearly the same effect.
Race norming would promote distributive equality by ensuring that a standardized test would not have a disparate impact on the basis of race.
Race norming, liberal or conservative, emits an odious scent, one which would make a devotee of In Pursuit's glorification of the American Dream gag.