Harvard wants to revolutionize college admissions. Will it work?

By Allison Pohle For parents of burned-out kids, the recommendations of a new Harvard report sound like a fantasy world: No more endless extracurricular activities. No more juggling six honors classes, drama rehearsal, soccer practice and student council meetings with the hope of being accepted to an elite school. And for low-income high schoolers who lack access to advanced-placement courses or fancy tennis lessons, the new parameters could help level the playing field. Read the full article here: http://www.boston.com/news/education/2016/01/31/harvard-wants-revolutionize-college-admissions-will-work/ZsZbfyEirbT6m4GXYma0MN/story.html?p1=feature_sec_hp

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