We'd like businesses to be as flexible and cooperative in figuring out how to put together the initial pieces for folks to get into
the work force, whether it's partnerships, whether it's asking HR people to look at things differently, whether it's allowing employees to come into your worksite as you try to evaluate them.
Getting In is a book that captures the details of college admissions at the expense of the larger truth, which almost everybody professionally involved in the admissions process seems blind to: In comparison to other countries, what's remarkable about the United States is how easy it is to get into
a good college and how little where you went to college matters in the long run.
Usually, a landlord or a tenant will want to get into
and out of Housing Court as quickly as possible.