Meritocracy in Education: Time for Change

Today’s New York Times supplement, Education Life* includes a brief interview with Lani Guinier, the first black, female, tenured professor in Harvard Law School’s history and author of five books including the newly released, The Tyranny of Meritocracy: Democratizing Higher Education (2015). In the interview there are some perspectives shared by Lani Guinier that are well

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Real Food Challenge – a few more days to vote!

Real Food Challenge is the front runner in a national competition of college students pitching projects in order to win $50K for the work. These three collegiate activists – Stephanie, Sunny and Hannah (a former student of iCollab founder Carol Soules)  – are in the lead!   Their project idea is amazing and the impact could be huge.  “Real