“A group that opposes affirmative action filed an appeal Tuesday of a federal ruling that Harvard had not intentionally discriminated against Asian-American applicants, ratcheting up a challenge to decades of Supreme Court decisions upholding race-conscious selection in college admissions. The appeal comes four and a half months after federal Judge Allison Burroughs ruled that although…

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Are you planning to attend college this fall? If so, you may be interested in this New York Times article about how colleges are responding to students requesting refunds. It’s a time of great uncertainty and many people are questioning what really makes a college education valuable. Clearly, online educational experiences are not as strong…

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Recently one of our students got into Johns Hopkins University. His parents were overwhelmed with joy, and his mother couldn’t stop expressing her praise and gratitude on the phone: “We’re so impressed with you! We’re going to tell all our friends! It’s really very helpful what you did. I say this with a true heart.…

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