… they are far apart regarding government’s role in paying for it. New America’s findings are analyzed in Inside Higher Education.
Monthly Archive: April 2018
From The Detroit Free Press, reforms might include: changing the Board’s governance structure; mandating that the new president be approved …
The Chronicle of Higher Education’s Sarah Brown interviewed MSU’s interim chief.
Here’s an interactive source published by The Wall Street Journal. The database includes graduates from 445 schools across the country.
Read how African Americans are fighting back against racism. It’s from The Nation.
From NYT: “By focusing on retaining low-income students, rather than just enrolling them, the college raised its graduation rate to 54% …
“Decades of conservative attacks on higher ed have succeeded in creating an image of the college teacher as radical, elitist, …
Boston University’s Ellen Ruppel Shell says it depends on who you are demographically and the status of the school where you matriculate. …
The Wall Street Journal Editorial Board thinks so. It’s because The Left has issues with some of GMU’s funding sources.
A thoughtful essay by David Leonhardt of The New York Times.
Since 2003, CA tax breaks amounted to $18 billion while public tuition has risen 70%. Read the report, Restoring Opportunity.
Catharine Bond Hill comments in Inside Higher Education.
Robert Rubin gives thanks to a philosophy professor. Read more from The New York Times.
Watch Zach Kaiser’s recent talk at Theorizing the Web 2018.
Text of a presentation made by Dr. Robert B. Richardson at Michigan State University, FutureU seminar series, April 13, 2018.