Category Archives: Value

B-Schools As Cash Cows

The NYTimes had a terrific article looking at the lack of academic rigor in most business schools (link here).  A quote from J. David Hunger, scholar-in-residence in the management program at the College of St. Benedict and St. John’s University, … Continue reading

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Budget Cuts and Performance-Based Funding, Oh My!

On the heels of my previous post about the proposed budget cuts in the State of Michigan (link here) comes a similar announcement from Texas (link here).  The cuts, totaling a 7.6% budget reduction, target public universities, community colleges, and … Continue reading

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More Criticism Of For-Profits

The Education Trust, a nonprofit research and advocacy group, has released a report titled “Subprime Opportunity” that points to for-profits as providing “little more than crippling debt” (link here).  Among the allegations: only 22 percent of the first-time, full-time bachelor’s … Continue reading

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