The College Board commissioned a poll that shows a majority favor increased federal spending on education.
Monthly Archives For April 2012
“It is becoming nearly impossible for professors to teach enough to satisfy the demands of career administrators … Unless we’re in the classroom for thirty-five or forty hours per week—the equivalent of a full-time job in the corporate world.”— Michael DeCesare, an associate professor and chair of the Department of Sociology and Criminology at Merrimack College.
The face of medical education is changing and patients may not like it one bit.
Apparently even college campuses aren’t providing green jobs anymore.
According to Charles Murray, W.H. Brady Scholar at the American Enterprise Institute, there in not enough conclusive evidence that the federal government plays a positive role in American education.
Perhaps never is history has there been such a disconnect between what schools teach and what students need to know.