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AACE Urges Asian Americans to Provide Suggestions to the Trump Administration

Dear Asian American Parents and Friends: Asian American Coalition for Education (AACE) learned that President Elect Trump has started the process of soliciting citizens’ suggestions on how to move America forward. He has opened a website: After you enter the website, you can open the “Share Your Ideas” tab and input your ideas and suggestions. AACE suggests… Read More »

Call for Discriminated-against Asian American Students to File Individual Complaints

Each year, many Asian-American applicants with excellent extra-curricular activities, competition medals, extraordinary SAT scores, and high GPAs are unfairly rejected by Ivy League universities, who illegally use quotas, racially-differentiated standards and stereotypes to discriminate against Asian-American applicants. On average, after adjusting extracurricular activities, Asian-American students have to score 140-450 points higher on SATexams than students of other races… Read More »

Discriminated by Ivy League schools, Asian American Civil Rights leader’s son filed complaints with the Department of Education

For Immediate Release August 24, 2016 Livingston, New Jersey: Asian American Coalition for Education (AACE) has issued the attached letter to Ms. Catherine Lhamon, Assistant Secretary of the Office for Civil Rights (OCR), U.S. Department of Education. The letter requests her office to launch an immediate and objective investigation into a recent complaint filed by Hubert Zhao, an… Read More »

AACE is extremely disappointed by today’s Supreme Court ruling on Fisher vs UT, vow to continue our fight for equal education rights

For Immediate Release June 23, 2016 Livingston, New Jersey: Today is a dark day for the hard-working children of Asian Americans and other Americans who are discriminated against by the race-based college admissions policies. Today’s Supreme Court’s ruling means that in the foreseeable future, they will continue to be treated as second-class citizens in college admissions. Historically, Asian… Read More »