Trouble Afoot in America’s Universities

July 20, 2011 | 1

Last April, our own Bill Morris bemoaned the current state of America’s higher education system. At the same time, Malcolm Harris derided the unreasonable cost of that same system.  Now Benjamin Ginsberg, author of The Fall of the Faculty, places blame for both criticisms on the shoulders of universities’ expanding administrative staff.

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One comment:

  1. Perhaps because people now realize a degree is worthless and the money spent on it should have been used to wallpaper your trailer (that is if you are lucky enough to even live in a trailer).

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