January 17, 2013
CHE Article on Colleges Trying to Gauge “Non-Cognitive Skills” of Applicants
In today’s edition of the Chronicle of Higher Education, the lead story is on efforts being made by colleges and universities to gauge the “non-cognitive skills” of applicants. “Non-cognitive skills” is another term for intellectual virtues. They include traits like curiosity, intellectual perseverance, and grit. Read full article here.