Ginger Wilner spent almost every morning last month hovering over her MacBook Pro, at a window seat in Starbucks, scouring a series of essays. She was looking for fatal mistakes. Errors ranging from comma splices to illogical arguments could torpedo weeks of late-nights spent in front of a computer. The words weren’t hers, though. They were those of her 13-year-old daughter, who is in the midst of applying for a slot at one of the Washington-region’s independent schools… Read more about it here.