There are some new developments in the UNC athletic/academic scandal. For one, the administration realized it had put itself out on a limb by attacking critics too harshly (particularly when those critics are likely to be proven correct), and has made some rather tepid admissions of wrong-doing. Also, more people in the know — a reading specialist and a former dean — have come out of the woodwork to back up an academic advisor’s claims that the school is admitting athletes who read at an elementary school level (or worse). More here.
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