If you’re still looking for the one-percenters, you might try checking out college campuses rather than corporate boardrooms: As tallied by the Chronicle of Higher Education, 36 college presidents were paid more than one million…
You can always count on Democratic candidates for president to bash millionaires, even while cultivating their friendship and support behind the scenes. Yet and still, what you are never likely to hear is their inclusion…
Every year, millionaire college presidents and lobbyists come to Washington, D. C. to plead for more federal money from American taxpayers in order to educate the public but you get a different story when you actually go to a few college towns.
Basic economics and reality confound college professors, such as public perception of jobs and economic growth.
If the CEO of any business became a millionaire overnight by a vote of the board, you would have heard about it by now. When a college president achieves this feat, though, it gets covered by—the college newspaper.
Long before America became accustomed to corporate fat cats asking for handouts like well-dressed homeless people, a cadre of millionaires has been subsidized by Uncle Sam with precious little oversight. Of course, we’re talking about college presidents.
In the current issue of Radical Teacher, one of their writers tries to relay our history, with some success.