but it still doesnt make any sense though, that you say that because they are more liberal in their admissions policy, that it makes the school bad. if you are saying that, then you are also saying that the level of education is garbage. so if a school only allowed 10 people per term...that would be the best school? regardless of level of education?
i dont think that was the argument. the argument is that schools like cooley are fundamentally dishonest and therefore "bad" schools because they give underqualified students false expectations (while the school collects big bucks in tuition dollars).
as far as level of education is concered, again, that was not the argument. the argument is that the level of education is that your education at a school like cooley is significatly lower than T1 school x because of the lower level of discussion/learning in the classroom, which is many times, if not most of the time, a product of your peers responses/comments etc..