Monthly Archives: July 2011

Debt Crisis and Education

With all the talk about the debt situation and Tuesday’s debt ceiling deadline in the US, I thought it would be appropriate to reflect on how the negotiations and the lack of an agreement might impact education. College students looking … Continue reading

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About my last post- “Brain Drain”

I received an interesting email from my last post (https://edumacated.wordpress.com/2011/07/16/higher-ed-in-china/) regarding the potential of a brain drain for the United States as more Chinese students may opt to attend Chinese universities. My feeling is that this impacts talent in the … Continue reading

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Higher Ed in China

I apologize for my absence from this blog.  Regular readers will know that these absences usually correspond to a highly involved project or one that requires extensive travel.  In this case, both apply. Meeting with faculty, administrators, and students in … Continue reading

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