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The Tipping Point: Research Suggests A College Education Is No Longer Worth the Time & Money

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by Marty Nemko We have, for decades, accepted that graduates earn $1 million more than non-graduates over their lifetime. That statistic is misleading for a number of reasons. For example, it’s retrospective to an era when only the best and brightest went to college and employers couldn’t offshore jobs. Those days are over. Higher education […]

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New Report Suggests English Lit Profs. Writing Too Much Worthless, Well, Crap

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by John D’Angelo Here’s what stupid uneducated people imagine that college literature professors do: teach. Here is what college literature professors actually do: write obscure papers that nobody will read. Now that’s where it’s at! Teaching unmotivated 19-year-olds about what James Joyce “meant” is not why literature professors spent nine years in college getting various degrees […]

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Football Coaches At Colleges Where Adjuncts Earn $1,500 Per Course Score Million Dollar Raises

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By Derick E. Hingle Les Miles, coach of the top-ranked LSU Tigers, is among the highest paid coaches in the country. So, at a time of tightening budgets, how does a public employee get a 50% raise of nearly $1 million after one year on the job? “You’re always looking at whether or not you […]

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Ever Miss Being The Student?

By Melissa Miller, Ed.D., M.Ed. Do you ever miss being a student? I don’t mean a student of the world, or a life-long learner, as those of us in education tend to be. I don’t mean the Chris Farley in Tommy Boy or Rodney Dangerfield in Back to School type either. I mean a student, […]

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Why Are More & More Students Unprepared to Succeed in College?

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By Jenny Ortiz Freshman. Freshies. Freshmeat. Whatever the term for first year students may be at any college, what is agreed upon is that in the next four years they will learn a lot in and outside of the classroom. From day one, their parents  try to impart little gems of knowledge that will help […]

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Study Concludes Online College Enrollment Growing Exponentially Faster Than Student Population

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by Joe McKendrick More than six million college and university students took at least one online course during the fall 2010 term, an increase of 560,000 students over the previous year.  This almost 10 percent growth rate for online enrollments far exceeds the less-than-1 percent growth in the overall higher education student population nationwide.   […]

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