Andrew Ferguson

'Crazy U'

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Author of Crazy U: One Dad's Crash Course in Getting His Kid into College and senior editor at the Weekly Standard magazine

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It's that time of year when high-school seniors and their parents are biting their fingernails over college admissions.

How Much Does College Matter?

It's that time of year when high-school seniors and their parents are biting their fingernails over college admissions.

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As President Obama makes yet another speech about America's future, more than a million high school seniors are deciding about college.

How Much Does College Matter?

As President Obama makes yet another speech about America's future, more than a million high school seniors are deciding about college.

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