So, yesterday saw the release of the latest round of the THE rankings. They were a bit of a damp squib, and not just for Canadian schools (which really didn’t move all that much). The problem with actually having a stable methodology, as the Times is finding, is that there isn’t much movement at the top from year-to-year. So, for instance, this year’s top ten is unchanged from last year’s, with only some minor swapping of places.
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