A new study by the National Bureau of Economic Research suggests that elite colleges should introduce a "bump" of 100 points to lower-income applications on their SAT/ACT scores if they wish to reduce the gap in economic diversity on campus. In this paper, Raj Chetty and other researchers from Brown, UC-Berkeley and the Federal Reserve Board suggest that by making this change it could substancially reduce segretation adn increase intergenerational mobility. 

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