John Oliver discusses student debt, which is awful, as well as for-profit colleges, who are awfully good at inflicting debt upon us.
Notes on how a generation’s class- and age-based neglect destroyed the job prospects of rising Millennials: Academia edition.
Or: How the tenure track has eliminated itself.
When will academic institutions learn that outsourcing their online learning services is always a mistake?
In February the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy told federal agencies to make similar plans. A week before that, a bill which would require free access to government-financed research after six months had begun to wend its way through Congress.
It has, they would have to admit, been a good bash. The current enterprise—selling the results of other people’s work, submitted free of charge and vetted for nothing by third parties in a process called peer review, has been immensely profitable.