PERSPECTIVES: Beginning of the End for Collegiate Academic Rankings?

Robert Kuttner, writing in The American Prospect on Tap: “The rankings use arbitrary indicators of quality, including such inherently subjective and circular criteria as reputation. But far worse than the rankings themselves is how colleges and universities try to game them.” In his commentary, Kuttner speculates on the long-term impact on the rankings system after ten of the top fifteen law schools reported that they would no longer submit data to U.S. News and World Report. Read more here.

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