Monday, October 24, 2016

New York City high school admissions, signaling 'demonstrated interest,' in The Atlantic

High school admissions in NYC may end with a (well designed) deferred acceptance algorithm, but the process starts long before students and some schools submit their preference lists. The Atlantic writes about how it is hard to form preferences over high schools, and to signal them to the schools through 'demonstrated interest'...

Broken Promise of New York City's High-School Admissions System
Its high-school fair is designed to give attendees a leg up in the application process—but that’s not always the case
(The URL is more informative than the headline: )

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