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May 27, 2020

Tie Pandemic Aid to the Renewal of Higher Education

Jonathan Pidluzny

Simply calling on higher education to do better is like trying to herd cats with a feather—legislative action is needed.

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May 16, 2020

Bailed-Out Colleges Should Be Forced to Cut Administrative Bloat

Christopher Kendall

We must ensure that taxpayer money is well spent, rather than allow colleges and universities to return to the status quo ante.

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April 21, 2020

Coronavirus and Budget Freezes

David Randall

Colleges and universities should not receive another cent until they cut their useless administrators.

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April 18, 2020

Colleges Must Cut Administrative Costs to Survive This Crisis

David Randall

Higher education is a top-heavy ship that is quickly sinking under the weight of its own administration. Schools should be allowed to toss some of their cargo overboard.

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April 10, 2020

Coronavirus and Closing Colleges

David Randall

The financial implications of the coronavirus pandemic have put many colleges and universities, particularly of the small, private variety, on death watch. 

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March 27, 2020

Coronavirus and Philanthropy

David Randall

Government aid will only go so far in helping American higher education recover from COVID-19-related finanial losses. What role should individual donors play with their own funds?

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November 19, 2019

The Title IX Project: Clipping the Wings of Bureaucratic Rule

John David

Sexual misconduct on campus must be investigated and punished, but Title IX has gotten out of control. In response, NAS has launched the Title IX Project, led by Teresa Manning.

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