“Online education in the U.S. may be heading toward disaster. Corinthian Colleges Inc. is a prime example of the fraud and abuse plaguing the sector.” – Julian Vasquez Heilig
Tag: higher education
There are some elected officials who are working overtime when it comes to instilling fear and dread in schools and working-class families. Meet America’s five scariest governors.
They earn less than a sales clerk at Walmart and health benefits are rare.
James Jacobs, Macomb Community College President: “Community colleges are vital to connecting education, training and students to workplace needs.”
White racial privilege still exists in America—did you doubt it?
Cuts to research funding are not only stifling innovation, but forcing universities to scramble for money for graduate assistants as well.
“So many of us are already dangling on our own personal fiscal cliffs—now is not the time for Congress to turn its back on us.” – David Tjaden, NEA-Student Chair
Looming across the board cuts would devastate not only K-12 learners, but also college students, faculty, and academic research.
The consideration of race in college admissions may be soon settled by the U.S. Supreme Court—but not before justices have heard the resounding voice of the National Education Association and its members on the importance of diversity in education.
by Mary Ellen Flannery Consider a few facts about adjunct faculty in America. They account for 75 percent of all faculty members, according to a 2009 U.S. Department of Education survey. And they likely earn $19,200 a year (with a master’s degree) and a scant $22,400 after earning a doctoral. “Think about what it’s like … Continued