Zeitschrift für Pädagogik, the leading education journal in Germany, published an article by Professor of Education Adam Howard titled “Enduring Privilege: Schooling and Elite Formation in the United States.” The abstract, translated from German, says, “Drawing on two studies of American elite schools, the author explores the ways in which both private and publicly funded elite schools engage in contemporary class-making and remaking through teaching students particular lessons about themselves, others, and world around them that cultivate privilege as a collective identity. In this exploration, the author moves beyond commodified conceptions of privilege to provide a more useful framework for investigating the role that privilege plays in the production of elites. The article concludes by arguing that the processes of social reproduction seem to be well in place within elite schools despite the shifting social and economic landscapes of the United States.”