Admission Outcomes Can Need Daunting Decisions
It’s been an amazing week! The Great College Admissions Scandal of 2019 broke this morning — the period that is annual of choices — and stones on . a historic college confidential forum thread, now approaching 3,000 (!) articles, has analyzed every part with this ‘pay to relax and play’ fiasco, from both a parent’s and student’s viewpoint.
Needless to say the news happen having a field with all of this, too day. In reality, it’s rare that one may click on a news web site, even now, without seeing some type or form of tale linked to the scandal. Students are suing universities, parents are suing universities, universities are rescinding admissions, etc. It’s a higher education three-ring circus.
Plus, the timing could not become more perfect, or awful, according to which side you are on. In a few days, the Ivy League springtime decisions can come away, along with those of other so-called ‘elite’ schools. These ‘elites’ are in the scandal’s bullseye. Therefore, one metaphor that is possible in a few days’s pending decisions could be compared to a rocket on the launch pad along with its machines pre-ignited, prepared for the shackles keeping it back once again to launch and invite liftoff.
The liftoff that is metaphorical be the filing of lawsuits from elite applicants who are rejected. I’m certain that colleges over the land, both elite and non-elite (whatever those phrases mean, if any such thing), are steeled for the b Continue reading Admission Outcomes Can Need Daunting Decisions