It looks like college degrees are going to waste. Solution: Send more people to college!
New York’s “free tuition” program comes with some strings attached. This strikes me as fair enough, I suppose. It’s more rare than you might think, though. Washburn University’s law school had a similar program (charging in-state rates if you promised to stay in Kansas), but found it unenforceable.
Relatedly, Maine wants more rural lawyers. Between that and the shortage in South Dakota and Washburn, the solution for (some)lawyers looking for work seem obvious!
Tennessee is working on free college of its own, though of the junior college variety.
This is such a terrible idea.
It may not have taken off over here, but distance education may be becoming crucial in Africa.
Susan Dynarski looks at the undiscovered potential of talented black and Hispanic students.
It’s really kind of weird to me that schools regulate sunscreen use. Looks like it’s another case of the FDA ruining everything.