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Thomas K. Lindsay, Ph.D., Editor in Chief and Director, Center for Higher Education, Texas Public Policy FoundationToward more balanced (and interesting) higher-education reporting
A new study released by the Harvard Business School shows that many of today’s job listings are demanding an unnecessary 4-year college degree.
Small incidents can reveal great truths about educational institutions. That is the case with an encounter last year at the University of Texas – San Antonio (UTSA) between a graduate student and the chair of the school’s philosophy department.
Our own political leanings and those of others–especially students, including student protesters–have a thing in common: both are tribal and pathological.
The leadership of the Thurgood Marshall College Fund, an organization that represents 47 Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs), is coming into contact with reality and it isn’t pretty.
Since 1952, accreditation by a federally recognized accreditor has been required for a school to qualify to receive student aid funds. But does the accreditation process serve students, parents, employers, and taxpayers?
It’s a deplorable state of affairs when college students – especially at an elite school – won’t listen respectfully to speakers and indulge in virtue signaling by turning their backs on other students who favor dialogue and civility.