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New research contains a message for high school students, especially low-income ones, who want to go to college: Take the SAT early and often. [Read More]
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White, Asian-American and affluent students commonly take the SAT more than once, but disadvantaged students are less likely to, and it's holding them back. [Read More]
In the past 16 years, the same parts of Louisiana have been struck by six hurricanes. Areas near San Diego were devastated by three particularly... [Read More]
In the last 16 years, parts of Louisiana have been struck by six hurricanes. Areas near San Diego were devastated by three particularly vicious wildfire... [Read More]
In the last 16 years, most of the damages caused by catastrophes like wildfires and hurricanes have been concentrated in just a few areas. [Read More]
The police explanation that more black and Hispanic people are arrested on marijuana charges because complaints are high in their neighborhoods doesn't hold up to... [Read More]
The New York Times has an article that shows the steps required to buy a gun in 15 different countries. There's actually one county on... [Read More]
UC Berkeley opens its doors to about 5,000 of the most promising Californian students each year. It is a breathtaking engine of mobility. [Read More]
When it comes to ideologically extreme candidates, research suggests that winning swing voters doesn't matter — the deciding factor might be the other party's turnout. [Read More]
Spreading out when food stamps are issued reduced theft from Chicago grocery stores by more than 30 percent, according to new research from Analisa Packham... [Read More]
Spreading out when food stamps are issued reduced theft from Chicago grocery stores by more than 30 percent, according to new research. Before 2010,... [Read More]
Spreading out when food stamps are issued reduced theft from Chicago grocery stores by more than 30 percent, according to new research. Maine news, sports,... [Read More]
Theft from Chicago grocery stores dropped 30 percent when Illinois changed its food stamp distribution schedule. [Read More]
More NHL and NBA teams have won consecutive championships than NFL and MLB. Here's why. [Read More]
Bowles Hall reopened this year as a privately-operated, coed residential college, culminating an 11-year effort to revitalize the stately manor that has further stratified the... [Read More]
Breaking down the status of affirmative action at UC Berkeley. [Read More]
On Thursday, the U.S. Supreme Court upheld the consideration of race as a factor in college admissions — a decision that has been met with... [Read More]
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