[Ed1] This doesn’t surprise me, and not in a “kids these days” sort of way. There were similar issues when I was in college just because people didn’t know to know where they should go.
[Ed2] Oliver Batemen ponders the end of the university. I’m… not seeing it.
[Ed3] Education Realist looks at the teaching of Algebra 2.
[Ed4] One of the problems we’re going to run into when looking at underperforming schools is HBCUs.
[Ed5] The Koch’s are opening their wallets to universities, looking at criminal justice reform and foreign policy, among other things.
[Ed6] LD Burnett makes the case for the humanities.
[Ed7] Well, we just recently paid our student loans off, so it would figure. More seriously, this underestimates the potential political resentment this would fuel.
[Ed8] SpottedToad looks at Bryan Caplain’s The Case Against Education and worries that if higher education went away we would need something to replace the peripheral aspects of it. And here’s Robert Verbruggen.
[Ed9] The damage done by Flint’s water crisis appears to be staggering.