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Is admission to a university that provides good, highly sought-after jobs inherited?

The peculiar crusade of Ronald Daniels, director of Johns Hopkins University, for the reduction of 'inherited admissions', leads us to the debate on the influence of economic and social position in access to elite institutions and to careers and training that they then provide better, well-paying jobs.

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Is admission to a university that provides good, highly sought-after jobs inherited?

The peculiar crusade of Ronald Daniels, director of Johns Hopkins University, for the reduction of 'inherited admissions', leads us to the debate on the influence of economic and social position in access to elite institutions and to careers and training that they then provide better, well-paying jobs.

When Ronald Daniels was appointed president of Johns Hopkins University in 2009, he set himself an arduous task that would confront much of the faculty and alumni: to abolish the entrenched but unfair practice of "hot admissions."


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