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Reporter Amber Ly is a Cambodian-American teen growing up in San Francisco. (Courtesy/Youth Radio)
Reporter Amber Ly is a Cambodian-American teen growing up in San Francisco. (Courtesy/Youth Radio)
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A coalition of Asian-American groups recently requested that the U.S. Department of Education investigate several Ivy League schools for discrimination. The group claims Asian-American applicants need higher SAT scores than other racial groups to get into these schools.

Do Asian-Americans face a different set of rules than everyone else? Youth Radio’s Amber Ly reports from San Francisco.

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Amber Ly, reporter for Youth Radio.

This segment aired on June 24, 2016.

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