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Affirmative Action: Foundations and Key Concepts
This non-exhaustive reading list discusses the origins of affirmative action, the question of race vs. class, and the effects of meritocracy.
What Makes a Fair College Admissions Process?
In the wake of the college admissions scandal, scholars go back to the drawing board to answer this most central question.
JSTOR Daily Reads the News
Rethinking College Admissions
It’s news to precisely no one that college admissions still favor the rich. A number of studies in recent years have explored the process.
Universities Are Now Using Recruitment Videos to Attract Prospective Students
In this digital age, how do institutions of higher education engage prospects and get their messages out?
Are We Witnessing the Death of the SAT?
Initially meant to test IQ, the SAT slowly proved to be an inefficient predictor of student success at the college-level.