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Higher Education Watch
How Colleges Can Revive Free Speech on Campus

A simple (partial) fix for the campus free speech crisis.

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Trump Budget Plan Cuts Staffing for Campus Sex Police

The Administration’s budget plan puts pressure on the Office for Civil Rights in Education. That’s a step in the right direction.

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Is College Working?

New data calls into question basic assumptions about higher education.

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Is the College Business Model Unraveling?

The whole industry could be due for a disruptive adjustment.

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Today’s College Freshmen Are…

New survey results paint a bleak portrait of America’s future middle and upper class.

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The Right Way to Pursue Social Justice in Academia

Purdue, a major research institution in Indiana, has acquired Kaplan University, an online education company that caters to non-traditional students.

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Students Seek to Recover Berkeley Free Speech Tradition

If the current tide of academic intolerance is to be beaten, it will be because students who believe in a free society persuade a critical mass of their peers.

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Campus Sex Wars Go to Court

University administrations have leaned too far over their skis in an effort to win more guilty findings.

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Campus Chaos Makes Case Against Tenure

Tenured academics who are arguing against liberal debate on their campuses should think twice.

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Cal State Can’t Explain Why It Needs So Many Bureaucrats

The California State Auditor has delivered a damning assessment of the management practices at the single largest university system in the United States.

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Conceding Syria

There are good reasons to re-think U.S. commitments in Syria. But ending support to the rebels will pose real costs for no clear benefit.

American Balkanization

California, New York, and lesser liberal states are inaugurating something new and dangerous in American politics.

blue reform?

There are still Democrats who occupy something like the liberal center that Bill Clinton helped forge in the 1990s.

Market Forces

A railroad CEO is grim about coal’s future in America.

Market Failure

Between its broken carbon market and its out of control solar industry, little is going to plan in the Golden state.

Optics My Dear Boy

Trump’s willingness to meet with Putin without even an American interpreter present was at best a sign that he hasn’t mastered some of the most basic elements of his job.

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