AACE Applauds DOJ’s Investigation of Harvard and Urges All Colleges to Treat Asian American Applicants Fairly and Lawfully  

For Immediate Release   November 22, 2017      Livingston, New Jersey: After learning that the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) has started the investigation into the admissions practices of Harvard University for its alleged discrimination against Asian American applicants, Asian American Coalition for Education (AACE) issued the following statement, applauding DOJ’s investigation and urging all American colleges to treat… Read More »

AACE Urges Common App Organization Stop Discriminatory Subdivision of Asian American Applicants

For Immediate Release November 8, 2017 Livingston, New Jersey: The Asian American Coalition for Education (AACE) has recently issued a letter, urging Common Application Organization stop its dividing of Asian American applicants into 10 subcategories in the Common Application. In this letter, AACE pointed out that this practice is not properly authorized and immoral: 1. It is unauthorized… Read More »

Asian American Coalition for Education Denounces Racist Campaign Mailers

For Immediate Release November 3, 2017 Livingston, New Jersey: The Asian American Coalition for Education (AACE) has issued the following statement, strongly denouncing the racist campaign mailers recently sent out during Edison’s (NJ) Board of Education campaign. As an Asian American organization that champions equal rights for all Americans, we are totally shocked and disgusted by the hateful… Read More »

AACE President YuKong Zhao Attended Education Journalist Conference in Atlanta

AACE President YuKong Zhao Attended Education Journalist Conference in Atlanta On October 3, 2017, Mr. YuKong Zhao, the President of Asian American Coalition for Education (AACE), attended the Education Writer Association’s panel discussion on “Affirmative Action’s Next Big Test.” During the Panel Discussion, Mr. Zhao explained to attending education journalists that the U.S. Supreme Court has banned the… Read More »