by Andrew Gillen
The New York Times agrees with CCAP! At least that's how I read this headline: Students Paying More and Getting Less, Study Says
Higher Ed in the Stimulus: "$15.6 billion to increase the Pell grant by $500" Good. "$6 billion for higher education modernization." Not so good. This reminds me of the technology fees I kept paying to universities in years past. The rest of the world uses technology to increase efficiency, but apparently, not higher ed, where for some reason technology and modernization always seem to add to costs rather than subtracting from them.
“Chegg is the Netflix of college textbooks” HT: Al Roth
Madoff Victims: Looks like Bard College lost 3 million, and Yeshiva University lost 14.5 million