Like Everything Else, School Reform is All About the Benjamins Too

Originally posted on Punkonomics (@DearBalak):
Or in other words, how the private sector is gutting educating to profit from your tax dollars. My wife has worked at a few charter schools now, and they were all — without exception — purely profit driven, unconcerned with students or with learning, guilty of pressuring faculty to push students through regardless of whetherContinue reading “Like Everything Else, School Reform is All About the Benjamins Too”

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Just who does the New York Times turn to for higher ed expertise? (essay) | Inside Higher Ed

Great article: Jonathan Senchyne calls out Nicolas Kristof for his misguided editorial on the lack of “public intellectuals.” Who really gets space in The New York Times? So-called “innovative educators” buying space to promote for-profit ventures, none of whom are actually educators or innovators — just profiteers. I would add that there are few or no trueContinue reading “Just who does the New York Times turn to for higher ed expertise? (essay) | Inside Higher Ed”

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Assignment: Research Your Adjunct Teachers – The Conversation – Blogs – The Chronicle of Higher Education

The story told by this former adjunct instructor isn’t exceptional: it’s the norm, and explains very clearly why students are being ripped off by college and university programs that rely primarily on adjunct instructors. Assignment: Research Your Adjunct Teachers – The Conversation – Blogs – The Chronicle of Higher Education.

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Enrollment Plummeting at These Law Schools

Originally posted on Finding My College:
I’ve written about the hard times law schools are going through. Applications are dropping like a rock and for good reason: law schools are overpriced and job prospects for newly minted lawyers are bleak. Here are 18 law schools that have experienced enrollment declines of more than 30% since…

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