Jacques Steinberg

New York Times

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Writer for the New York Times and its blog, The Choice; author of The Gatekeepers: Inside the Admissions Process of a Premier College

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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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All the broadcast networks and cable outlets share a single source for exit polling across the country.  Four years ago, their data led to early calls that John Kerry had won the…

Networks' Plans for Exit Polls

All the broadcast networks and cable outlets share a single source for exit polling across the country.  Four years ago, their data led to early calls that John Kerry had won the…

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