Since U.S. News & World Report first published a college ranking in 1983, the rankings industry has become a self-appointed judge, declaring winners and losers among America's colleges and universities. In this revealing account, Colin Diver shows how popular rankings have induced college applicants to focus solely on pedigree and prestige, while tempting educators to sacrifice academic integrity for short-term competitive advantage.
An interview with Library Information Studies doctoral candidate Maria Ortiz-Myers on the ways parents and caregivers of Transgender and Non-Binary young people access and use information to guide them toward a new understanding of gender.
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