The Washington Post

An Easy Way to Change College Admissions So the Top Schools Don’t Have So Many Wealthy Students

May 17, 2017

Catharine Bond Hill, president emerita of Vassar College (NY) and managing director of Ithaka S+R, writes:  
The frenzied atmosphere that pervades as high school seniors and their families make college decisions showed no signs of improvement this year. While young people are faced with difficult choices and trade-offs, some have already been made for them: The admissions playing field is far from level, and our nation’s colleges and universities can do better. We need to change the trade-offs that these colleges and universities face as they decide between talented high-income and talented low- and middle-income applicants.

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