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American politicians on both sides of the aisle are starting to criticize college and university endowments. Are we seeing a bipartisan approach emerging? Recently we’ve seen rising political interest in the size of the biggest university endowments, seen in the contexts … Continue reading
Just how affordable is American higher education? It’s harder to pay for than ever, according to Jeff Selingo in an important, very accessible article, which I recommend sharing. He breaks this down by cost (what colleges charge, nominally*) and ability to … Continue reading
Why do so many writers about higher education generalize about the whole sector from the experience of a handful of campuses? Once again the mainstream press emits an article which confuses academia’s 1% with the 99%. This time the putative … Continue reading
What does increasing inequality mean for American higher education? This was the theme for a talk I gave last week, where I put several years of research together for the first time. I reproduce and expand on my materials here. … Continue reading
This week Robert Reich shared some recent stories about increasing economic inequality silencing expression in the non-profit world, including education. These are useful anecdotes and reflections from a perceptive observer. For example, I had [an] exchange last year with the president … Continue reading
How do changes in funding American higher education play out across the nation? The Center on Budget and Policy Priorities (CBPP) has created two very useful maps. The first identifies just how much individual states reduced funding to public colleges … Continue reading
Thomas Piketty, one of the most important economists of our time, guru of economic inequality, offers some brief and pithy observations on student debt in American higher education. Let’s break it down. First, the general observation: [T]he amount of household … Continue reading
It seems like the fact of drastic educational inequality is becoming more widely known in the United States of 2015. At the same time, gaps of race and class are widening and normalizing. buy finasteride online buy finasteride no prescription generic … Continue reading
I’m halfway through Thomas Piketty’s Capital in the 21st Century. It was some major implications for the future, including the future of education. In this post I’d like to share some impressions of the book upon reaching its halfway point. … Continue reading