SOURCE: Inside Higher Ed
"By removing the GRE from our admissions form, we will be able to focus more on the qualitative assessments that better identify the most promising applicants: writing samples, personal statements, recommendations and the student’s complete record of course work and grades."
SOURCE: One Class
What the data can teach us.
“Rich people have gotten their kids into college for, well, pretty much the history of colleges."
SOURCE: The Atlantic
by Alia Wong
For the parents charged in a new FBI investigation, crime was a cheaper and simpler way to get their kids into elite schools than the typical advantages wealthy applicants receive.
Historians respond to Operation Varsity Blues.
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