Earlier this year, the Federal Reserve Bank of New York reported that college graduates stand to earn more than those with just a high school diploma, with returns to the investment of earning a degree at approxi
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Thomas K. Lindsay, Ph.D., Editor in Chief and Director, Center for Higher Education, Texas Public Policy Foundation
Barrels of ink have been spent on the saga of University of Texas regent, Wallace Hall. But no ink has been spent focusing on how that saga has changed, owing to a free press. Free speech and press are the best forces for countering government power.
(From The Houston Chronicle):
"Success doesn't require a four-year degree"
By L.M. Sixel
“College Presidents—New Captains of the Titanic”
By Benjamin Ginsberg
Intellectuals who believe that they can make society better through social engineering schemes never stop proposing new ideas.
(From The New Republic):
"Don't Send Your Kids to the Ivy League"
By William Deresiewicz
I have restrained myself in commenting on the controversies at The University of Texas at Austin over the past several years because I have not been close enough to the facts to be entirely credible in my opinions. Even now I am not to be considered an insider, but I have gathered enough intell
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