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The College Debt Bubble on CNBC

Jan 03, 2011 by Jason Fertig |

A new documentary raises red flags about higher lending for higher learning in America.

NAS Website 2010 Fact Sheet

Jan 03, 2011 by Ashley Thorne |

A report on and other ways to stay current with our work for higher education reform.

Estimated 40 Percent of Scientists Doubt Manmade Global Warming

Jan 03, 2011 by |

S. Fred Singer said in an interview with the NAS that

The Father of Global Warming Skepticism: An Interview with S Fred Singer

Jan 03, 2011 by Ashley Thorne |

The atmospheric physicist and leading scientific skeptic of anthropocentric global warming speaks out about his role in the climate change debate.

No Good Guys in This Fight

Dec 30, 2010 by George Leef |

The for-profit higher education industry doesn't always deserve opprobrium.

Ask a Scholar: Can I Get into B School Without a Double Major?

Dec 30, 2010 by Scott Masten |

If I don't have a double major, will it hurt my MBA application chances?

Ask a Scholar: Time for Business School?

Dec 30, 2010 by Jason Fertig |

Jason Fertig argues that the MBA is not the golden ticket it once was.

Is Academic Freedom a License to Indoctrinate?

Dec 30, 2010 by Peter Wood |

The more license faculty members take to act like political agents in the classroom, the more society will treat them as just that.

Federal Aid Helps Schools, Not Students

Dec 29, 2010 by George Leef |

That's among the arguments Reason's Katherine Mangu-Ward makes in this piece.

The Pope Center’s Top Ten List

Dec 29, 2010 by George Leef |

The top ten higher education-related events over the last decade, that is. Here is our list.

A Playground of Words and Ideas

Dec 29, 2010 by Peter Wood |

Peter Wood looks at Google’s new database of digitized books and shares some lessons on diversity.

“Popular Culture and the Academy” AQ Issue in Print

Dec 29, 2010 by Ashley Thorne |

The winter issue of Academic Questions looks at the ways pop culture affects higher education today.

AP Tests Don’t Always Benefit High School Students

Dec 28, 2010 by Ashley Thorne |

According to the San Jose Mercury News, having students take Advanced Placement tests when they aren't adequately prepared for them can cause them to miss the basics of high school education.

College for the Credential, Work for the Education

Dec 28, 2010 by George Leef |

David Bass decided on getting his college degree entirely through online courses. His college classes, just as he had thought, did little to advance his capabilities in comparison with all the on-the-job training.

Austrian School Economists and the Housing Bubble

Dec 28, 2010 by George Leef |

Quite a few Austrian economists predicted the housing bubble, based on their method of analyzing changes in incentives and their logical consequences.

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