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Steven Singer: This Father’s Day, Lets BeWorthy of Our Children

Steven Singer writes his thoughts on Father’s Day, about the fathered lucky to have lobing children, about the children with no father, and about the children ripped from their fayhers’ arms at the border, while the rest of us watch in horror or silence, or even, with satisfaction.

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The Asian-American Lawsuit Against Harvard

A group called Students for Fair Admissions is suing Harvard University, claiming that it systematically discriminates against Asian-Americans in its admissions process. The group forced Harvard to release internal documents about its admissions decisions, which showed that Asian-American students were downgraded for personal characteristics even when their test scores and grades were perfect. 198 more words

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Research: High School Grade Point Average is a Better Predictor of College Success than SAT or ACT

There is an emerging consensus among researchers that high school grade point average is a better predictor of success in college than scores on the SAT or ACT. 632 more words

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North Carolina and the Hypocrisy of Test Scores

The North Carolina General Assembly believes that the only thing that matters in judging the quality of a school is its test scores. As teacher Justin Parmenter… 106 more words

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