Sorry, But ‘College Is Too Expensive’ Is Not A ‘Myth’
Increasing federal student aid was found only to incentivize schools to hike tuitions further. . . . Specifically, the study finds that every dollar of additional Pell Grants or subsidized student loans results in tuitions being raised between 55 cents and 65 cents.
No End In Sight For Higher-Education Malinvestment
“More college graduates are working in second jobs that don’t require college degrees,” writes Hannah Seligson in the New York Times, “part of a phenomenon called ‘mal-employment.’ In short, many baby-sitters, sales clerks, telemarketers and bartenders are overqualified for their jobs.”
Should We Celebrate the Fourth of July Anymore?
Contrary to Vox, Martin Luther King, Jr., understood that the Declaration of Independence did not justify giving “more political power to America’s white male minority.” It condemned it.
Leftist Professors: We Have Met The Enemy, And He Is Us
Relativism was supposed to make all tolerant of all opinions. Instead, it has provided intolerance a license to bully.
Campus Cannibals?: A Student’s Take on Political Correctness
No one, whatever his/her identity, has a monopoly on truth. This idea is central to the Enlightenment and to American democracy, and it is profoundly threatened by a leftist ideology that elevates identity over ideas. The end of free speech on campus may just be the beginning.
College Is Not A Theater
Can a university be in compliance with the law when “an Asian-American student must earn an SAT scores 140 points higher than a white student, 270 points higher than a Hispanic and 450 points higher than an African-American” to have an equal chance at admission? Zhao and quite a few legal scholars think not.
55 distinguished scholars sign protest letter against the College Board’s U. S. History curriculum
A formal education in American history serves young people best by equipping them for a life of deep and consequential membership in their own society. The College Board’s 2014 framework sadly neglects this essential civic purpose of education in history. We can, and must, do better.
College Board’s Reckless Spin on U.S. History
In pursuit of genuine reform, a good next step would be the creation of a company to compete with the College Board as a testing and accrediting agency. This would give school districts across the country a choice about how to prepare their high school students for college-level study of American history.
The U.S. Senate Pushes To Give Universities More ‘Skin In The Game’
High default rates are in part the product of low graduation rates at many colleges. “Approximately 70 percent of borrowers who default on their loans withdrew from college before completing their program.”
Fall of Business Schools? More Companies Setting Up Their Own Universities
As more firms have set up their own “corporate universities,” they have become less willing to pay for their managers to go to business school