America’s elite universities have proportionately fewer slots than their English and French counterparts. Does it matter?
Washington Monthly ranks colleges “based on what they are doing for the country — on whether they’re improving social mobility, producing research, and promoting public service” rather than “wealth, exclusivity, and prestige.” Too bad they don’t hire that way.
The concentration of policy wonks in the Washington-New York-Boston corridor produces skewed analysis.
Daniel Schorr’s journalism career ended far too early, lasting a mere eighty-one years.
Law schools are artificially raising student grades, sometimes retroactively, to make them more competitive on the job market.