Boston: Education's Capital City

By Joseph W. Hernandez

Graduating Public School Doesn’t Make You an Imposter

Many would argue that college always has been, and always will be, more difficult than high school. But that’s okay, right?

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Gifted and Talented, or Left Behind: The Educational Inequality of Exam Schools

Advanced courses can determine the opportunities children see as they move from one educational institution to the next, which in turn determines their opportunities in the workforce.

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We Built the Harvard Bubble. It’s Time to Pop It.

Harvard students live their lives insulated from the stresses of the real world.

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