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Posts tagged College Admissions
Forbes: Finding Common Joy In College Admission

“Though it might not happen overnight, hopefully this emphasis on joy and integrity will create a more meaningful and fulfilling experience for applicants and will center the college search on the value and transformative power of higher education.”

In this piece for Forbes, Making Caring Common’s Brennan Barnard writes about the Common App and how they want to inspire joy in the college admissions process.

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The Washington Post: A different 2019 summer reading list

“Too often, students applying to college focus on stuffing their résumé with a laundry list of activities and courses at the expense of the larger question of whom they want to be as a human. Summer provides a great opportunity to explore these questions and step back from the routine.”

Making Caring Common’s Brennan Barnard compiled a list of summer reading recommendations from high school college admissions counselors as well as college admissions deans. Check it out in The Washington Post.

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Gangster Capitalism: Watershed Moment | The College Admissions Scandal

“In a way, the college admission process is the only rite of passage we have for many people. It is an incredible time to get to know your kid better, to help them dig into what really matters to them.”

Making Caring Common’s Rick Weissbourd speaks with Andrew Jenks on the Gangster Capitalism podcast about the college admissions scandal and the future of college admissions.

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EdSurge: Making the College Admissions Process Work for All Students

Jenny Rickard, President and CEO of the Common Application, and Eric Waldo, Executive Director of Reach Higher, write about how to make the college admissions process work for all students. They also mention our recent report: “Harvard University’s Graduate School of Education’s Turning the Tide Campaign is a great example of an effort to help underrepresented and low-income students see themselves in a college environment while encouraging university admissions professionals to consider a broader set of experiences when evaluating applicants. Their report suggests reshaping the college admissions process to promote greater ethical engagement and reduce excessive achievement pressure.”

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