How Are College Students Really Spending Their Time? What Taxpayers Should Know
Americans whose full time job is being a college student spend just 2.76 hours per day on education-related activities. This includes time spent in class and doing research and homework. Altogether, this makes for about a 19.3 hour work week.
Free Community College in Detroit Would Further Hinder Economic Growth
With Detroit’s present economic crisis, the city should not further risk its stability by asking taxpayers to pay for an education that students already receive while doing nothing to address the true drivers of tuition hikes.
Our Bloated Universities
Evidence suggests that American colleges and Universities have been on a long trend of dramatically increasing the size of their administrative staff, without commensurate growth in research and academic positions.