The highest court in the land makes a landmark ruling on affirmative action that could have a long-term effect on how many colleges choose their students.

The U.S. Supreme Court (search) upheld a controversial affirmative action policy employed at the University of Michigan's law school, but struck down a plan used by the undergraduate school that gave certain racial groups a head start in admissions.

What does this mean for the future of affirmative action? We’ll get the latest from FOX News’ Major Garret outside the Supreme Court. Plus, reaction from the university at the center of the ruling with correspondent Steve Brown and Angela Galardi, president of the University of Michigan’s student body.

How will universities interpret the decision? Joyce Smith, executive director of the National Association for College Admission Counseling, and Ben Ferguson , nationally syndicated radio talk show host, join the debate.

Is this the best way to achieve a diverse student body? We’ll get a fair and balanced debate from Bill Dunlap, professor at the Quinnipiac Law School, and Armstrong Williams, syndicated radio host.

And, how could this decision impact where your kids choose to attend college? FOX News senior judicial analyst Judge Andrew Napolitano joins us to make sense of it all.

Plus, it's official! A Democratic presidential candidate throws his hat into the ring. Which one? We’ll go live to the campaign trail with FOX News’ Carl Cameron.

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