Time to Bust the College-Accreditation Trust!
Expecting accreditation to prevent students from wasting government grant and loan money on college programs that have minimal value was a blunder. We shouldn’t rely more on accreditation, I suggest that we no longer rely on it at all.
Actually, You Can Discharge Student Debts and the Feds Want to Make It Easier
Just how difficult is it for a student debtor to get a court to rule that having to pay off student loans would be an “undue hardship”? Evidently, it’s not as difficult as most people think.
Senator Sanders Speaks at Liberty University
Following the address by Sanders, Liberty’s campus was not rocked by protests. Nobody complained that the school should have put out “trigger warnings” and no students demanded a “safe place” where they could heal from the trauma of words that clashed with their deeply held beliefs.
Thanks, Representative Polis – You’ve Shown that Ideologues Don’t Worry about All Injustices to Students
In a Sept. 11 House hearing, Polis said, “If there are 10 people who have been accused, and under a reasonable likelihood standard maybe one or two did it, it seems better to get rid of all 10 people.”
We Have Oversold Law School – Now What?
Just because existing lawyers average $113,000, that tells us nothing about the prospects for new lawyers entering at the margin. Lots of recent law school graduates have found out that the good results on average for those who earned their JDs in the past are completely meaningless for them.
Federal Rules Run Afoul of First Amendment
I’m going to focus on the last consequence—the way federal intervention in higher education has empowered bureaucrats to whittle away at free speech on (and even off) campus.
Analyst: “The Same, Tired Arguments on the Fisher Case”
I would like to see Professor Mitchell, or anyone else, try to show how “fairness” is advanced by an admission system that is stacked against the children of Asian families, some of whom had ancestors who also suffered from discriminatory American laws and policies.
The NLRB Deserves a Cheer for Turning Down College Football Unions
In any event, the idea of unionizing football teams at some private universities (state law would govern that question at state universities, which are the great majority of big-time football and basketball schools) was always a silly idea.
Will Americans Be Better Off If They Use “Bias-Free Language”?
The people who spent their time coming up with the Guide did nothing to help educate any student. If anything, their infatuation with revising English so that everyone feels included and is never assailed by linguistic microaggressions gets in the way of clear writing and thinking.
An Upcoming Supreme Court Case Has Education Unions Worried
Onerous opt-out procedures are intended, as one union spokesperson actually admitted, to take advantage of people’s inertia. What would happen if unions had to obtain money the way all other private organizations do – by asking for it?