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Poll Of College Presidents On Free Speech Finds Some Intriguing Results — the DC drain - conservative politics

POLL OF COLLEGE PRESIDENTS ON FREE SPEECH FINDS SOME INTRIGUING RESULTS ㅤ”A total of 82% of the Presidents said they believe ‘promoting an inclusive society that is welcoming to diverse groups’ is ‘extremely important,’ while another 16% said it is ‘very important.’ Only 2% said it is ‘moderately important.’” ㅤô¿ô …Smart people know that for […]

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President to Take Leave During Investigation

DYSTOPIA–The Dystopia College Board of Regents has voted to accept the college president’s “voluntary offer to take a leave of absence pending the resolution” of plagiarism allegations against him, Regents Chair Tyson “Ty” Koons announced today. 202 more words

President Accused of Plagiarism

DYSTOPIA—An anonymous emailer has accused Dystopia College President Overly Payeed-Admyn of plagiarizing parts of his dissertation, Board of Regents Associate Chair Rich Azphuk confirmed today, adding that a “thorough, but fair and impartial” investigation is already under way. 306 more words

The Hardest Decision for Student Success: Hiring the Right President

By Watson Scott Swail, President & Senior Research Scholar, Educational Policy Institute

Many of us that study and work in the student retention field understand how complex and challenging it can be. 1,016 more words

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DC News Update: Cat Walks Out on Negotiations

DYSTOPIA–Indie, the service cat who was occupying the presidential suite at Dystopia College and refusing admission to President Overly Payeed-Admyn, “just walked out,” with no explanation, according to one of the negotiators. 309 more words

The Nonprofit Scam

It’s that time of year again, when nonprofits are beating down doors for end-of-year donations. Some time ago I explained why I no longer contribute to most nonprofits… 375 more words

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College tuition is at record high. College presidents' pay is, too

College tuition is sky high. Not entirely coincidentally, so are college presidents’ salaries.

The Chronicle of Higher Education today released an annual update to its executive compensation report, adding data on private colleges from 2015, the most recent year for which IRS data on such figures is available. 302 more words