Yeah absolutely, and I think that, you know, that’s definitely the data point that, uh, I think we’ve gotten the most criticism about.
(Continue reading for video of Crittenden’s interview with Bloomberg Law.)
OK Jack, defend the indefensible:
I’ve got to say, that was not as cringe-worthy as I’d expected. When I clicked the link, I expected something between A Million Little Pieces author James Frey’s return trip to Oprah and Jack Nicholson’s Colonel Jessup moment.
Crittenden is self-effacing when confronted with the most wacky assumptions of the National Jurist rankings and there is at least a logical basis for structuring the rankings this way, even if the execution left a lot to be desired. Especially for poor Chicago. 56‽ (Catch that interrobang?)
But come on. I’m a fan of affordability, but there’s something to be said for recognizing value. Some of these schools are more expensive because they’re actually better.