Breaking: Rich Kids More Likely to Get Into Better Colleges Than Poor Kids


Here’s the five-second version of today’s Times story about college admissions in the recession: Now that everyone’s endowments are down, rich students who can pay full tuition up front have a better chance at getting into good schools than normal people … but they don’t, because colleges love poor children — no, really, they do — they just love money more. The end. [NYT]