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The cost of higher education is a problem for everyone, not just minority students.
Universities must abandon both social engineering and the “customer-service” model.
A North Carolina institution may soon learn a valuable lesson.
If professors respond correctly, ChatGPT can be a friend, not a foe.
Some of the System’s tactics are good. Others, not so much.
A new book makes a number of intriguing suggestions.
Governor Cooper’s new commission may force the question.
As programs withdraw from established ranking systems, it’s worth considering what might replace them.
Has a Catholic university cracked the code?
At the Department of Education, a naked assault on civil rights.
Poorly disguised as anti-Zionism, hatred of Jews has new strength on America’s campuses.
With grade-inflation running rampant, standardized tests remain a crucial admissions criterion.
A new survey suggests that more high-school graduates may choose them in the near future.
The case for truly equal opportunity in higher education.
Alternatives to affirmative action are many, if we will only consider them.
A look at the books suggests that state appropriations may be too high.
Lobbying has made American higher education fat and ineffective.
The Martin Center staff share our hopes for the new year.
The nation’s busybodies have released a new report.
'Tis the season for higher-ed reform.
As applicant pools get smaller, colleges will have to work hard to maintain standards.
A new book makes the case for dramatic change in higher education.
Lopsided financial contributions indicate dwindling ideological diversity.
And the link between pay and performance is not always clear.
Two universities provide models for using the money well.
Progressive scholars desire ideological uniformity, not truth.
Politicized efforts to do away with developmental education ignore the facts on the ground.
A recent controversy at NYU has brought the question to the forefront.
Having abandoned traditionalism, universities are getting their just desserts.
A January vote may permanently eliminate standardized-testing requirements for student-athletes.
Five decades of change at an elite institution.
A new study suggests students should think carefully about their college plans.
A new book provides a number of ideas.
As predicted, the school has rolled out an egregious DEI plan.
A faculty perspective on academia’s “professional managerial class.”
A recent Stanford event was “invitation-only” for a reason.
And what the Right can do about it.
North Carolina’s colleges should make their “Common Data Sets” publicly available.
If loan dollars are to flow, borrowers should be made to understand the terms.
A California law suggests that not-for-credit courses may be on their last legs.
Technological and political changes may liberate scientific research.
The Fall 2022 issue of Regulation, published by the Cato Institute, includes a piece from George Leef of the James G. Martin Center for Academic Renewal.