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There is little doubt that students are accustomed to multiple methods for consuming information, ranging from journal articles, books, and textbooks to lectures, newspapers, blog posts, and videos.
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What Happened to the Class of 2010? Empirical Evidence of Structural Change in the Legal Profession
Source: Social Science Research Network
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Poor employment outcomes have plagued law school graduates for several years.
Beyond College Rankings: A Value-Added Approach to Assessing Two- and Four-Year Schools
Source: Brookings Institution
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The choice of college is among the most important investment decisions individuals and families make, yet people know little about how institutions of higher learning compare along important dimensions of quality.
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Graduate school, the job market, the tenure track, and every other stage in an academic career are so fraught with challenge that you cannot afford to dawdle too long on foolish ventures or waste time holding out for perfection when “pretty darn good” will do.
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The recent polarization of unarmed Black men killed by White police officers has sparked a sense of urgency to address as curriculum at the American Education Research Association (AERA) annual meeting last week.