U.S. News & World Report doesn't think that four incidents in the last year of colleges submitting incorrect information for rankings reflect any trend. Robert Morse, who directs the rankings, published a blog post Thursday in which he said: "We have no reason to believe that other schools have misreported data — and we therefore have no reason to believe that the misreporting is widespread." The blog post said that the magazine has removed the ranks of colleges whose incorrect information resulted in a higher ranking than they would have received with accurate data.
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