Monday, April 6, 2015

Higher-Ed Wonks Are Going Ballistic Over an Op-Ed in ‘The New York Times’

The Chronicle of Higher Education
April 6th, 2015

Administrative bloat, not dwindling state funds, is the principal cause of skyrocketing tuition at public colleges across America.
That’s the gist of an op-ed published Saturday in The New York Times by Paul F. Campos, a law professor at the University of Colorado at Boulder, who briskly dismisses the common refrain that state legislatures’ protracted disinvestment in public university systems is at least a major component of rising costs. Here’s Mr. Campos’s conclusion:
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