Just finished reading a great book by NYU sociologist, Mitchell L. Stevens called "Creating a Class, College Admissions and the Education of Elites".
In Creating A Class, Stevens did research while working for a year and a half inside the admissions office of a "Bucolic New England School". The names are changed to protect the innocent. I would really like to know which school Stevens did his research at.
Anyway Stevens talks about the ins and outs of the admissions process at "selective" colleges in regards to numbers, travel, sports, race, decisions, yield and the Aristocracy of Merit.
It's a very enjoyable read and recommend to all involved in admissions and marketing.
If anyone wants a copy, I will gladly let anyone borrow it.
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Monday, February 04, 2008
Posted by FJ Gaylor Photography at 12:55 AM
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