Higher Ed Bubble Law Schools Still Have A Ways To Fall
Law schools are responding to reduced demand by offering more financial aid, lowering admission standards, or lowering tuition. But market forces will force much bigger changes than that on legal education over the long term.
Higher Ed Bubble At Google, It Pays to Have Passed on College
College isn’t for everyone—especially in its current form—but good jobs are hard to find if you pass on the B.A. But could Google be leading the way toward a shift in hiring practices?
Higher Ed Bubble How Much Is a College Degree Worth?
How much do employers actually care what students learn in college? According to a new podcast with GMU’s Bryan Caplan, not much.
Higher Ed Bubble How to Fight Administrative Bloat on Campus
In the past month alone, two studies have confirmed that administrative hiring has skyrocketed over the past few decades and has contributed significantly to the rise in tuition. Instapundit’s Glenn Reynolds has some good ideas for how the higher-ed industry can reverse this trend.