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As race-neutral college admissions begin, Texas counselors work to convince students of color they still belong

Black and Latino students make up about two-thirds of Texas’ public schools. But they are vastly underrepresented at its top universities, and Thursday’s Supreme Court ruling will shake up an already complicated application process.

Students walk through the University of Texas at Austin on Nov. 29, 2021.

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