The U.S News and World Report college rankings really are as corruptive as they’re made out to be, not only to high school students but in the way it has universities acting (yes – you can "game" the system to improve your ranking). Washington Monthly recently came out with their own college ranking guide, with different criteria. I haven’t read through it all, but I’m very supportive of alternate systems. You may be surprised at which schools are in the top 20!
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- U.N.C. Investigation Reveals ‘Shadow Curriculum’ to Help Athletes - This is likely happening at many D1 colleges. http://t.co/TowWIgnjj5, 2 hours ago
- RT @tom_peters: "Millennials" discussions hilarious. "What millenials want" are things the few great "people 1st" companies been giving non-Ms for decades., 6 hours ago
- RT @JenniferMcClure: "No matter how great your company, there are more smart people outside your company than within." @reidhoffman #intalent, Oct 21
Recommended BooksDavid Eagleman Sum: Forty Tales from the AfterlivesGeorge Packer The Unwinding: An Inner History of the New AmericaOliver Burkeman Help!: How to Become Slightly Happier and Get a Bit More DoneLarry Rosenberg Breath by Breath: The Liberating Practice of Insight Meditation