Soon the Obama administration will rank all colleges and universities according to their affordability, accessibility, and graduation rates. 48 more words
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Now that the Supreme Court has decided that citizens, as well as judiciaries, have the right to decide against Affirmative Action policies — the import of the decision in favor of Proposition 2 in Michigan — we are hearing the usual cries that benighted people are rolling back good people’s quest to “take race into account.” This time, as usual, it’s Affirmative Action in college admissions that is at stake, and specifically the kind based on race and gender. 870 more words
It’s not that the title is misleading, per se, it’s that it isn’t telling the complete story. If you go to the trendline graphic contained within the article, you’ll see a fairly jagged line with an upward trend. 214 more words
Occasionally I post guest posts from friends. This is one, from Senator Sean Barrett on his recent universities bill.
Prof. Stephen Hedley of the UCC Law School has written the following comments on my bill, the Higher Education and Research (Consolidation and Improvement) Bill 2014. 5,219 more words