- Higher Education
- K-12 Education
In my last blog post, I discussed how higher education is like the half-sun carved into George Washington’s chair at the National Constitution Center. I wondered whether it was dawning a new, Golden Age or fading into the twilight.
One way to ensure that higher education will continue to be a rising sun is to provide better information about how to target public subsidies through studentContinue Reading »
The past four years have been busy ones for the Department of Education as it’s broadened its reach into higher education. But with all that activity, what have we learned, where are the gaps, and what should the administration’s agenda be for its second term? No doubt, the administration has and will receive many suggestions (most uninvited), so I will keep it simple and focus on three areas—Continue Reading »
Most of the Presidential candidates, particularly the Democrats, have pledged to do something about the high price of higher education. But while they’re busy campaigning, the DC higher education lobby is working behind the scenes on Capitol Hill to sabotage efforts to make higher education more transparent, accountable, and ultimately affordable.
This begins with the recent initiaContinue Reading »