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George Washington U. Inflated Class-Rank Data for More Than a Decade
“That inflated the ... misreported admissions data for more than a decade. At George Washington, the auditing firm found no other problems with the admissions statistics, including application rates and ACT/SAT scores, according to the university. read more
University of Michigan looks to out-of-state students to subsidize low in-state tuition increase
University of Michigan has adopted its lowest in-state ... of-state," U-M regent Larry Dietch said in an interview. "And the data would indicate, at least at this point, that there is elasticity in terms of the demand from out-of-state and the ability ... read more
S.H. seeks public to comment on fluoride in city water supply
He was presented with a certificate and sat with the council for a time. He was with his parents, Matt and Susan Coleman. His poster has now been entered in the state contest. — Heard a third and final ordinance about chronic nuisance property. read more
Conservatives Who Think Seriously About the Planet
Last month, in several exchanges that pivoted off this post, Scott Denning, a climate scientist at Colorado State University, observed: There is an inexcusable silence from the political right about how to provide energy for 10 times as many people as we ... read more
Can Australians learn to trust these men?
Kevin Rudd has at last announced a federal election date: Australians will go to the polls on September 7. Yet before Rudd or Tony Abbott can step forward as Australia's next Prime Minister both must convince the electorate that they are changed men ... read more
More on Claremont McKenna’s Inflated Scores
The Claremont Port Side has revealed more information about the inflated SAT scores at Claremont ... reports “shows that the reported score changes entailed systematic manipulation of the vast majority of the data points that CMC had reported ... read more
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The Direct Action assault on free market thinking
The first thing any student of basic economics learns is that a free market is the most efficient method to allocate resources. And this is where Direct Action gets it all wrong, writes Ian Verrender. It was a throwaway line over lunch. Back when the ... read more
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