Would You Spy on Your Admissions Staff?

When I was a young boy I was in Cub Scouts, the precursor to Boy Scouts. One session we made homemade periscopes, manufactured from cardboard boxes and a couple small rectangular mirrors. The periscopes were painted inside and out in flat black paint. I was now in possession of a three foot long instrument of stealth. A flat black spying machine just like the sub commanders used in the movie Das Boot.

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How 1% Can Translate Into Millions of Dollars

I have a story about 1% and how this esoteric, marginal mathematical digit can represent for schools the difference between mediocrity and excellence, breaking even or being highly profitable. Read more

Archive of audio tele-conferences

Listen to some of our past Q and A conference calls with experts Shane Sparks and Gregg Meiklejohn

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