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Should Harvard admit more legacy students?

That is the question behind my latest Bloomberg column, and basically the answer is yes.  Schools could scale up, using legacy admissions as a further source of finance.  But why don’t they?: So why don’t top schools do more to expand their reach? No one doubts that they could find many more qualified students to […] The post Should Harvard admit more legacy students? appeared first on Marginal REVOLUTION.
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