This guide is intended to help faculty and students engage with the 2022 Common Read book, Weapons of Math Destruction.
Special thanks to Vicky Ludas Orlofsky and Courtney Walsh of Stevens Institute of Technology for the foundation for this guide.
The federal government's College Scorecard uses data collected by federal agencies to provide you with more information about colleges and graduate programs in hopes of a less opaque use of that data than in college rankings.
“What experts seem to agree on is that the sole use of artificial intelligence won’t be best practice for college admissions decisions anytime soon, if ever. Nevertheless, AI-based systems can serve an increasingly important purpose for schools, not only streamlining teams and processes but also promoting education about unconscious biases amongst admissions officers.”
Four-year colleges rated by "what they do for the country": social mobility, research, and public service. Rankings also include lists based on "bang for the buck," best student voting records, and "The Colleges Where Majors Popular With Black Students Pay Best."