In 1970, less than 1% of taxi drivers had college degrees. Four decades later, more than 15% do. By Richard Vedder And Christopher Denhart WSJ Jan. 8, 2014 6:38 p.m. ET The American political class has long held that higher Continue reading How the College Bubble Will Pop
Inside Academe Vol. XIX No. 2 2013-2014 Effective trustees are deeply engaged at their institutions, identifying problems and creating solutions. Two such leaders are University of Colorado regents Jim Geddes and Sue Sharkey. Together, Geddes and Sharkey recognized the limitations Continue reading Univ of CO expands non-discrimination policy to include political affiliation and political philosophy
On Dec 17, 2013, we asked Colgate alumni about their experience with athletics and academics. 4177 Colgate alumni were asked to participate; 870 completed the survey. The margin of error is ± 2.96. The survey was prompted by a Letter Continue reading What was your experience of Athletics and Academics at Colgate ?
College Tuition Increases Slow, but Government Aid Falls http://online.wsj.com/news/articles/SB10001424052702303672404579152021987960980 By Douglas Belkin and Caroline Porter Updated Oct. 22, 2013 8:13 p.m. ET After decades of rampant growth, the rate of tuition increases at U.S. colleges and universities has slowed for Continue reading Students Continue to Suffer From a Cycle of Rising Costs and Debt