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- Boston.comJan 31 09:08 AM
Some are skeptical about whether colleges will incorporate the report’s suggestions.
Is it time to ease the pressure on teen overachi... - The Kansas City Star
Uni admissions process must inspire trust - Sydney Morning Herald
- The Huffington PostFeb 03 05:51 PM
The January 2016 release of "Turning the Tide," a report shepherded by the Harvard Graduate School of Education and representing the input of colleges nationwide, was an important step forward in articulating the excesses, and stark inadequacies, of the college admissions process . Intended to de-stress student applicants, the report's recommendations address such things as standardized-test ...
- South Bend TribuneFeb 03 02:34 PM
When I was chancellor of the New York City schools, I thought that if you were smart and poor, you could write your own ticket to college. I was dead wrong.
Will the College Admissions Test Disappear? - Bloomberg
Educators Seek to Ease Pressure in College Admis... - The Wall Street Journal
- Business Insider via Yahoo! FinanceJan 20 03:08 PM
The Harvard Graduate School of Education released a report on Wednesday endorsed by dozens...
- Garden City NewsFeb 04 04:15 PM
Mark your calendar for Finding Your Way through the Maze of College Admissions which is being held on Wednesday, March 2nd from 7 - 8:30PM. Registration begins Monday, February 8th online on Eventkeeper.
- The Wall Street Journal via Yahoo! NewsJan 20 04:36 PM
A new report from college admissions officials aiming to tamp down the competition for acceptance drew praise Wednesday but also skepticism about its potential to alleviate the stress on ambitious students. More than 85 college admissions chiefs, high school leaders and other educators signed on to “Turning the Tide,” which calls for a concerted effort to signal they value real intellectual ...
- The Brown Daily HeraldFeb 03 10:47 PM
It’s been two years since I struggled through college applications, but the phrase “Common App” still sends shivers down my spine.
Inaugural Cash For College event a great success - Eastern Arizona Courier
College Admissions Proposal Calls For More Emph... - The Huffington Post
College applications fail to measure one key ch... - Business Insider
Kaplan Test Prep Survey: Percentage of College Admissions Officers Who Check Out Applicants’ Social Media Profiles ...Business Wire via Yahoo! FinanceJan 13 07:07 AM
Kaplan Test Prep’s most recent survey of nearly 400 college admissions officers across the United States finds that the percentage of admissions officers who visit applicants’ social media pages to learn more about them has hit a record high of 40% -- quadruple the percentage who did so in 2008, when Kaplan first explored this issue.* For context, out of those who do so, 89% say they do so ...
- U.S.News & World Report via Yahoo! NewsJan 22 05:30 AM
Manage Your Time and Emotions Through the College Admissions Process
- The Wall Street JournalJan 20 09:17 PM
A new report from college admissions officials aiming to tamp down the competition for acceptance drew praise Wednesday but also skepticism about its potential to alleviate the stress on ambitious students.
College application change could make caring fo... - Deseret News
College admissions: 6 tips on getting in - Minnesota Public Radio
College Calendar: Avoid these big mistakes to g... - FOX 6 News Birmingham
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