When the U.S. News College Rankings came out last week, folks had a lot to say about it. Whether you think the rankings are helpful or not, they certainly play a role in some high school students’ college searches. See what experts, journalists and bloggers had to say about this year’s best-known college rankings.
The Christian Science Monitor: “
College Rankings: Princeton, Harvard Best Colleges”
The Washington Post’s Campus Overload blog: “
Has Anyone Come Up with a Ranking of College Rankings?”
The Huffington Post: “
U.S. News College Rankings: The Top National Universities”
Los Angeles Times: “
Deciphering U.S. News & World Report’s 2012 Best-College Rankings”
The Washington Post’s The Answer Sheet blog: “
The Problem with the U.S. News College Rankings"
About Ryan Munce
In 2003, as a junior in college, Ryan created the framework for the MyCollegeOptions.org College Planning Program. Over the last 11 years, the program has grown significantly and evolved to be the country's leading resource for students and families trying to plan and prepare for the transition from high school to college.
Throughout his career he has started businesses, counseled students and families, developed groundbreaking education research, built programs, and impacted the lives of millions. Ryan has served as an Enrollment Services Coordinator at the University of Missouri-Kansas City, and worked with the Center for Enrollment Leadership, where he assisted in the development of the Admissions Counselor Basic Training program. Ryan’s primary career focus has been in using technology to advance education.
Ryan received a Bachelor’s Degree in Corporate Communications from Creighton University and is finalizing his Master’s Degree in Higher Education Administration from the University of Missouri-Kansas City.
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