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Can We All Be a Little More “Generous and Humane?” 

A just-released report from the Harvard Graduate School of Education called “Turning the Tide” offers recommendations for improving the college admission process by placing more value on the applicants’ demonstrated “concern for others and the common good.”

This timely document has advice that could easily apply not only to students but to members of our profession, too.  Read more



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