Thu 24 Aug | International Business Times
John Friedman, an associate professor economics at Brown, commented on the recent study he co-athoured that focused on college access and upward mobility. “You should go to Harvard if you can — you don’t need researchers to tell you that,” he said. But for high school juniors and seniors who aren’t getting into the Ivy League and perhaps have a plethora of similar, middle-tier options, he added, “Some of those schools are going to be better than others, even if they say in the rankings, in the U.S. News and World Report, that they all look the same.”