Leveling the Playing Field in Education: SF Chronicle Op-Ed

Freada and I have an op-ed in today’s San Francisco Chronicle titled Early admissions policies give children of the rich an edge. The premise is that a world in which some parents can afford to spend $40,000 to hire a coach to get their child into an elite college is not a world where all children have equal opportunities to make the most of their potential. The new idea we raise in the piece is a proposal about bringing greater transparency to the college admissions process.

One Response to “Leveling the Playing Field in Education: SF Chronicle Op-Ed”

  1. WalKnDude Says:

    Don’t mean to interupt.
    and before i start
    Thanks for everything.

    i was fighting ron paul at myspace

    did the search and stuff and found its owned by newcorp
    *secretly backing old ronie boy*

    did more searching and stumbling
    trying to leave those loving arms

    and found you and your projects

    i believe you have an add on for your browser *nowpublic*
    its a den of spies
    involved in kitrinna missing persons

    and messing with people trying to get involved in rss

    and i mean a real den of spies.

    Thanks again.


    *bet that makes the weirdest list, ehh?*