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La fin des combats est imminente. De Charles de Gaulle Godillots Il lui faut survivre. Avec un cahier documentaire. Alors que se faire une place dans le milieu professionnel. Mais en Chine. The result is higher marks for shoddier work. Experience itself has been reduced to instrumental function, via the college essay. From learning to commodify your experiences for the application, the next step has been to seek out experiences in order to have them to commodify.

A whole day! Why is it that people feel the need to go to places like Guatemala to do their projects of rescue or documentation, instead of Milwaukee or Arkansas? When students do stay in the States, why is it that so many head for New Orleans? How about just doing good? To be a high-achieving student is to constantly be urged to think of yourself as a future leader of society. But what these institutions mean by leadership is nothing more than getting to the top. Making partner at a major law firm or becoming a chief executive, climbing the greasy pole of whatever hierarchy you decide to attach yourself to.

The irony is that elite students are told that they can be whatever they want, but most of them end up choosing to be one of a few very similar things. As of , about a third of graduates went into financing or consulting at a number of top schools, including Harvard, Princeton, and Cornell. Whole fields have disappeared from view: the clergy, the military, electoral politics, even academia itself, for the most part, including basic science. Kids who have ample mental horsepower, an incredible work ethic and no idea what to do next.

For the most selective colleges, this system is working very well indeed. Application numbers continue to swell, endowments are robust, tuition hikes bring ritual complaints but no decline in business. Whether it is working for anyone else is a different question. It almost feels ridiculous to have to insist that colleges like Harvard are bastions of privilege, where the rich send their children to learn to walk, talk, and think like the rich. But apparently we like pretending otherwise. We live in a meritocracy, after all.

But diversity of sex and race has become a cover for increasing economic resegregation. Elite colleges are still living off the moral capital they earned in the s, when they took the genuinely courageous step of dismantling the mechanisms of the WASP aristocracy. The truth is that the meritocracy was never more than partial. Visit any elite campus across our great nation, and you can thrill to the heart-warming spectacle of the children of white businesspeople and professionals studying and playing alongside the children of black, Asian, and Latino businesspeople and professionals.

Kids at schools like Stanford think that their environment is diverse if one comes from Missouri and another from Pakistan, or if one plays the cello and the other lacrosse. Never mind that all of their parents are doctors or bankers. In fact, the group that is most disadvantaged by our current admissions policies are working-class and rural whites, who are hardly present on selective campuses at all. It is about determining the exact hierarchy of status within the upper-middle class itself.

In the affluent suburbs and well-heeled urban enclaves where this game is principally played, it is not about whether you go to an elite school. Such an outcome is simply too horrible to contemplate. The numbers are undeniable. In , 46 percent of incoming freshmen at the most selective colleges came from the top quarter of the income distribution.

By , it was 55 percent. As of , only about 15 percent of students at the most competitive schools came from the bottom half. The more prestigious the school, the more unequal its student body is apt to be. And public institutions are not much better than private ones.


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The major reason for the trend is clear. Not increasing tuition, though that is a factor, but the ever-growing cost of manufacturing children who are fit to compete in the college admissions game. The more hurdles there are, the more expensive it is to catapult your kid across them.

The SAT is supposed to measure aptitude, but what it actually measures is parental income, which it tracks quite closely. And so it is hardly a coincidence that income inequality is higher than it has been since before the Great Depression, or that social mobility is lower in the United States than in almost every other developed country. Elite colleges are not just powerless to reverse the movement toward a more unequal society; their policies actively promote it.

Is there anything that I can do, a lot of young people have written to ask me, to avoid becoming an out-of-touch, entitled little shit? You cannot cogitate your way to sympathy with people of different backgrounds, still less to knowledge of them.

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Instead of service, how about service work? How about waiting tables so that you can see how hard it is, physically and mentally? There are smart people who do not go to a prestigious college, or to any college—often precisely for reasons of class. But there are options. There are still very good public universities in every region of the country.

The education is often impersonal, but the student body is usually genuinely diverse in terms of socioeconomic background, with all of the invaluable experiential learning that implies. News and World Report supplies the percentage of freshmen at each college who finished in the highest 10 percent of their high school class. Among the top 20 universities, the number is usually above 90 percent.

Students determine the level of classroom discussion; they shape your values and expectations, for good and ill. Kids at less prestigious schools are apt to be more interesting, more curious, more open, and far less entitled and competitive. If there is anywhere that college is still college—anywhere that teaching and the humanities are still accorded pride of place—it is the liberal arts college. The best option of all may be the second-tier—not second-rate—colleges, like Reed, Kenyon, Wesleyan, Sewanee, Mount Holyoke, and others.

Instead of trying to compete with Harvard and Yale, these schools have retained their allegiance to real educational values. Not being an entitled little shit is an admirable goal. But in the end, the deeper issue is the situation that makes it so hard to be anything else. The time has come, not simply to reform that system top to bottom, but to plot our exit to another kind of society altogether. The education system has to act to mitigate the class system, not reproduce it. Affirmative action should be based on class instead of race, a change that many have been advocating for years.

Preferences for legacies and athletes ought to be discarded. SAT scores should be weighted to account for socioeconomic factors. They ought to place more value on the kind of service jobs that lower-income students often take in high school and that high achievers almost never do. They should refuse to be impressed by any opportunity that was enabled by parental wealth. Of course, they have to stop cooperating with U. More broadly, they need to rethink their conception of merit. Selecting students by GPA or the number of extracurriculars more often benefits the faithful drudge than the original mind.

The changes must go deeper, though, than reforming the admissions process. The problem is the Ivy League itself. We have contracted the training of our leadership class to a set of private institutions. However much they claim to act for the common good, they will always place their interests first. I used to think that we needed to create a world where every child had an equal chance to get to the Ivy League. High-quality public education, financed with public money, for the benefit of all: the exact commitment that drove the growth of public higher education in the postwar years.

Everybody gets an equal chance to go as far as their hard work and talent will take them—you know, the American dream. Everyone who wants it gets to have the kind of mind-expanding, soul-enriching experience that a liberal arts education provides. We recognize that free, quality K—12 education is a right of citizenship. We also need to recognize—as we once did and as many countries still do—that the same is true of higher education. We have tried aristocracy. We have tried meritocracy. The most-read article in the history of this magazine is not about war, politics, or great works of art.

Admission to the Ivies is increasingly seen as the bottleneck to a pipeline that feeds a trickle of young adults into the remaining lucrative sectors of our financialized, winner-take-all economy. And their capricious and opaque criteria have set off an arms race of credential mongering that is immiserating the teenagers and parents in practice, mostly mothers of the upper middle class. Deresiewicz writes engagingly about the wacky ways of elite university admissions, and he deserves credit for opening a debate on policies which have been shrouded in Victorian daintiness and bureaucratic obfuscation.

Unfortunately, his article is a poor foundation for diagnosing and treating the illness. Long on dogmatic assertion and short on objective analysis, the article is driven by a literarism which exalts bohemian authenticity over worldly success and analytical brainpower. And his grapeshot inflicts a lot of collateral damage while sparing the biggest pachyderms in the parlor. We can begin with his defamation of the students of elite universities. The charges on which Deresiewicz indicts students are trumped-up.

Perhaps we should be impressed that fewer students today are victims of the Lake Wobegon fallacy! The honors program of a 50,student campus is likely to have an aggregation of talent that rivals that of the Ivies. The PhD glut has sent brilliant scientists and humanists into every outpost of the academic archipelago.

And in many fields the best programs are at lesser-known universities, which can nimbly expand into new intellectual frontiers while their Ivy League counterparts, stultified by tradition and cushioned by reputation, become backwaters. The economist Caroline Hoxby has shown that selective universities spend twenty times more on student instruction, support, and facilities than less selective ones, while their students pay for a much smaller fraction of it, thanks to gifts to the college.

Holding qualifications constant, graduates of a selective university are more likely to graduate on time, will tend to find a more desirable spouse, and will earn 20 percent more than those of less selective universities—every year for the rest of their working lives. These advantages swamp any differences in tuition and other expenses, which in any case are often lower than those of less selective schools because of more generous need-based financial aid. The Ivy admissions sweepstakes may be irrational, but the parents and teenagers who clamber to win it are not.

Any rethinking of elite university admissions must begin with an inkling of the goals of a university education. I think we can be more specific. It seems to me that educated people should know something about the billion-year prehistory of our species and the basic laws governing the physical and living world, including our bodies and brains. They should grasp the timeline of human history from the dawn of agriculture to the present.

They should be exposed to the diversity of human cultures, and the major systems of belief and value with which they have made sense of their lives. They should know about the formative events in human history, including the blunders we can hope not to repeat. They should understand the principles behind democratic governance and the rule of law.

They should know how to appreciate works of fiction and art as sources of aesthetic pleasure and as impetuses to reflect on the human condition. On top of this knowledge, a liberal education should make certain habits of rationality second nature. Educated people should be able to express complex ideas in clear writing and speech. They should appreciate that objective knowledge is a precious commodity, and know how to distinguish vetted fact from superstition, rumor, and unexamined conventional wisdom.

They should know how to reason logically and statistically, avoiding the fallacies and biases to which the untutored human mind is vulnerable. They should think causally rather than magically, and know what it takes to distinguish causation from correlation and coincidence. They should be acutely aware of human fallibility, most notably their own, and appreciate that people who disagree with them are not stupid or evil.

Accordingly, they should appreciate the value of trying to change minds by persuasion rather than intimidation or demagoguery. I believe and believe I can persuade you that the more deeply a society cultivates this knowledge and mindset, the more it will flourish. The conviction that they are teachable gets me out of bed in the morning. Laying the foundations in just four years is a formidable challenge.

If on top of all this, students want to build a self, they can do it on their own time. I heartily agree with Deresiewicz that high-quality postsecondary education is a public good which should be accessible to any citizen who can profit from it. At the same time, there are reasons for students to distribute themselves among colleges with different emphases and degrees of academic rigor.

Nous sommes en France. Elle souligne le pragmatisme de Tony Blair dans l'organisation de l'islam de Grande-Bretagne. Aujourd'hui, les seules protestations publiques sont venues des organisations juives. Le risque n'est pas mince, en effet. Et j'en ai tenu compte avant d'accepter cette nomination. Il ne sera donc pas facile de m'instrumentaliser!

Cela m'a convaincu que j'avais ma place comme conseiller. Mais le gouvernement britannique, aussi, en est responsable. Cette commission doit rendre rapport au cabinet Blair courant septembre. C'est une plaisanterie. Environ 2. Sarko et Villepin expulsent les sans-papiers", "Non aux expulsions massives de sans-papiers", pouvait-on lire sur des pancartes. On peut trouver certaines de leurs contributions sur le site www.

Richard Makela, alias Monsieur R. Que dit Monsieur R. Ils arrivent en Belgique en Le film est parcouru de hachures. Le lascar, pourtant, n'a rien d'un "gros dur". Pour "bouger". Et apprendre. Sur l'album de Monsieur R. Ils ne se sont pas rendu compte qu'il manquait quelque chose sur la photo, que ce n'est pas la France d'aujourd'hui? Ce sont de bons citoyens. La Cocof a investi Les relations tendues russo-polonaises sont toujours au centre de l'attention des journalistes. Si la Russie perd son soutien, elle ne pourra plus imposer sa politique aux pays sud-caucasiens" "Rezonansi", La presse indique que la Chine occupe au sein de l'alliance la position de leader.

KG, La Chine s'efforce de s'implanter en Asie Centrale. Des drames que l'histoire refuse de taire. Au front, on leur confie les missions les plus difficiles. Quoi que Quoi qu'il en soit, le FPO ne rigole pas avec son image de marque! Mais, la situation de sir Ian est pour le moins inconfortable. Toutes deux s'asseyent autour d'une petite table.

Au lieu de cela, silence assourdissant! Il risque dix ans de prison. A ces paroles, beaucoup n'ont pu cacher leurs larmes. Ils rappellent que des milliers des Congolais ont perdu la vie lors des deux guerres mondiales. Puis ce sera la campagne au Nigeria en Afrique du Sud, en Egypte. Trois facteurs expliquent ces interrogations. Ensemble, nous sommes forts. A Lambeth et Hackney, dans le nord-est de Londres, plus d'un quart de la population est noire.

A Tower Hamlets, dans l'est, un tiers des habitants sont musulmans. Les contrevenants sont maintenant passibles de deux ans de prison et 2 euros d'amende. Celui de la burka est pratiquement inexistant. Mais des incidents surviennent parfois. Il ne s'agit pas de racisme. Il suffit de se couvrir les cheveux. Comment vivent-ils? La campagne de Survival? Adam Atlas. Jeffrey K. Renseignements: Eta Yudin, Directrice des communications, , poste , Cell.

C'est parce que, pour une raison ou une autre, ils les procureurs ne pensent pas qu'ils seront justes et impartiaux. Il lui recommande par ailleurs d'instituer une commission nationale des droits de l'homme conforme aux exigences des Principes de Paris. Alors, pourquoi? D'un triple point de vue. Sans doute. Il faut toujours y croire. D'un point de vue religieux, social, linguistique et historique, peut-on dire que Hutu et Tutsi font parties de deux ethnies distinctes? Cette plainte de victimes rwandaises est donc d'une importance fondamentale.

Cela peut changer. Dans votre livre, Le Monde, un contre-pouvoir? Pas exactement. Il ne s'agissait que d'une histoire de Tutsi et de Hutu. La France au Rwanda Editions Sociales, Le Monde, un contre-pouvoir? L'esprit Frappeur, Editions Tahin-Party, Des propos que ne renierait pas un Le Pen. Par ailleurs, la LSVD a mis sur pied une campagne d'affichage plus combative. L'occasion de faire le point sur la situation en Belgique. C'est ce qui permet tout et n'importe quoi Sa marge d'erreur est de trois points. A partir de la p. En outre, les postulats de la commission sont mis en cause par Louisa Larabi Hendaz: "[ Deux de ses membres exercent un mandat politique; d'autres pourraient suivre.

Sacha Kunz n'est pas en reste non plus. Le parti veut se cacher sous une image politiquement correcte. Alors pour certains, c'en est trop. Je lui souhaite bon courage. Avec courage et un certain sens de la provocation. Un apprentissage douloureux, mais exemplaire et porteur d'espoir. Ce concert de Ramallah est un grand pas dans cette voie. Je n'avais jamais fait un truc en milieu congolais, celui qu'ils avaient choisi. Pour les deux autres, je ne voyais pas de complication possible. Vu ce qu'ils attendaient de moi, ils auraient mieux fait de prendre n'importe lequel des esclaves de luxe habituels de leur agence.

Sur le plateau, il y avait une dizaine de personnes qui opinaient sur l'aspect et la gestuelle de chacun des figurants alors que sur le clip de Placebo, il n'y avait eu personne de la maison de disque. Tu n'avais jamais fait de pub? On s'occupe de convaincre le client. Je ne sais pas.

D'autant plus qu'ils refusaient d'utiliser le terme africain dans la voix off de ce spot. C'est petit. Mais ils te disent qu'ils vont te laisser libre. Est-ce pour se payer une image de ''modernes''? C'est toi qui fais les scripts des spots? Non, pas du tout. C'est vrai que tu te dis que le mec doit avoir beaucoup d'argent pour que les filles lui sourient autant. Pour SOS Racisme, le jugement est positif. On ne change pas une recette qui gagne. On y expose ses amours, ses aventures sexuelles dans une Afrique fantasmagorique. Mais, moi je le sais mieux que quiconque.