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Guixue Zhou of North Potomac, Md., left, and others, protests against racial quotas outside the Supreme Court in Washington on Dec. 9, 2015.
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A coalition of 132 Asian-American organizations is expected to file a complaint with the federal departments of Education and Justice Monday, alleging that Yale University, Dartmouth College, and Brown University discriminate against Asian Americans in their admission processes.

The complaint, drafted by the Asian American Coalition for Education, accuses the three Ivy League schools of denying admission to Asian-American students with near-perfect SAT scores and GPAs in the top one percent while accepting applicants of other races with similar accolades. The groups also allege that racial quotas and caps are used to maintain “ideal racial balances” that have kept the…

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