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The average annual income in North Carolina is just over $40,000. But in September, senior-level bureaucrats in the University of North Carolina system's General Administration who take home six-figure salaries said they needed raises, and they got them. The system's Board of...
The average annual income in North Carolina is just over $40,000. But in September, senior-level bureaucrats in the University of North Carolina system's General Administration who take home six-figure salaries said they needed raises, and they got them. The system's Board of...
 
"'Bipartisan' usually means that a larger-than-usual deception is being carried out," comedian George Carlin once quipped. Perhaps, then, North Carolinians should be suspicious about the fact that the University of North Carolina system's president, a Democrat, and its Board of Governors...
"'Bipartisan' usually means that a larger-than-usual deception is being carried out," comedian George Carlin once quipped. Perhaps, then, North Carolinians should be suspicious about the fact that the University of North Carolina system's president, a Democrat, and its Board of Governors...
 
The average annual income in North Carolina is just over $40,000. But senior-level bureaucrats in the University of North Carolina system's General Administration (GA)-who take home six-figure salaries-say they need a raise. This Friday, the system's Board of Governors will vote on a proposed...
The average annual income in North Carolina is just over $40,000. But senior-level bureaucrats in the University of North Carolina system's General Administration (GA)-who take home six-figure salaries-say they need a raise. This Friday, the system's Board of Governors will vote on a proposed...
 
Results from an employer survey recently released by the University of North Carolina system suggest that graduates of the state's 16 public universities - especially those from less selective schools - are deficient in terms of their written and oral communication, work ethic, and workplace etiquet
Results from an employer survey recently released by the University of North Carolina system suggest that graduates of the state's 16 public universities - especially those from less selective schools - are deficient in terms of their written and oral communication, work ethic, and workplace etiquet
 
E. M. Forster's frightening short story "The Machine Stops" (1909) depicts a post-apocalyptic world in which all human activity has been subsumed by a global digital network similar to the Internet (except that Forster's version is controlled by a worldwide government bureaucracy)...
E. M. Forster's frightening short story "The Machine Stops" (1909) depicts a post-apocalyptic world in which all human activity has been subsumed by a global digital network similar to the Internet (except that Forster's version is controlled by a worldwide government bureaucracy)...
 
Results from an employer survey recently released by the University of North Carolina system suggest that graduates of the state's 16 public universities - especially those from less selective schools - are deficient in terms of their written and oral communication, work ethic, and workplace...
Results from an employer survey recently released by the University of North Carolina system suggest that graduates of the state's 16 public universities - especially those from less selective schools - are deficient in terms of their written and oral communication, work ethic, and workplace...
 
Until recently, I was a college "bubble hawk." I saw significant parallels between the housing bubble that triggered the Great Recession and higher education. I believed that the combination of easy student loan money, rapidly increasing tuition, "creative disruption" caused by education...
Until recently, I was a college "bubble hawk." I saw significant parallels between the housing bubble that triggered the Great Recession and higher education. I believed that the combination of easy student loan money, rapidly increasing tuition, "creative disruption" caused by education...
 
Each year, UNC officials pitch new degree programs to the system's Board of Governors. More often than not, the programs are approved, even though a casual observer - especially a non-academic - might snicker or guffaw upon hearing some of their descriptions.
Each year, UNC officials pitch new degree programs to the system's Board of Governors. More often than not, the programs are approved, even though a casual observer - especially a non-academic - might snicker or guffaw upon hearing some of their descriptions.
 
For years, North Carolina policymakers have stressed the importance of increasing K-12 teacher production and retention rates. Teacher shortages and high attrition rates in rural and low-income areas and in fields such as secondary math and science and special education have prompted many...
For years, North Carolina policymakers have stressed the importance of increasing K-12 teacher production and retention rates. Teacher shortages and high attrition rates in rural and low-income areas and in fields such as secondary math and science and special education have prompted many...
 
Tom Ross is on the way out as president of the University of North Carolina - although he will remain in his position until January 2016. While Ross's departure was inevitable, it is puzzling that John Fennebresque, who serves as chairman of the system's Board of Governors, extended Ross's tenure...
Tom Ross is on the way out as president of the University of North Carolina - although he will remain in his position until January 2016. While Ross's departure was inevitable, it is puzzling that John Fennebresque, who serves as chairman of the system's Board of Governors, extended Ross's tenure...
 
Over the past two years, the University of North Carolina has been implementing recommendations laid out by the General Administration and Board of Governors in their 2013 report, Our Time, Our Future: the UNC Compact with North Carolina. For example, the system has streamlined the transfer...
Over the past two years, the University of North Carolina has been implementing recommendations laid out by the General Administration and Board of Governors in their 2013 report, Our Time, Our Future: the UNC Compact with North Carolina. For example, the system has streamlined the transfer...
 
As 2015 approaches, we offer our hopes for higher education reform. Some changes will require action by university stakeholders, and others will require a "hands off" approach. Here's hoping that the new year brings improvement upon the status quo.
As 2015 approaches, we offer our hopes for higher education reform. Some changes will require action by university stakeholders, and others will require a "hands off" approach. Here's hoping that the new year brings improvement upon the status quo.
 
I had my first taste of the University of Georgia in 1995 when I participated in a classical guitar competition at the flagship in Athens. Instructors in the university's music department judged me and a handful of other guitar players from around the state on our technique and performance (in case
I had my first taste of the University of Georgia in 1995 when I participated in a classical guitar competition at the flagship in Athens. Instructors in the university's music department judged me and a handful of other guitar players from around the state on our technique and performance (in case
 
From 2009 to 2013, the University of North Carolina system gradually increased its minimum admission standards. Students entering UNC schools this fall had to score at least 800 on combined math and verbal SAT tests to be admitted.
From 2009 to 2013, the University of North Carolina system gradually increased its minimum admission standards. Students entering UNC schools this fall had to score at least 800 on combined math and verbal SAT tests to be admitted.
 
Jesse Saffron, a staffer at the John W. Pope Center for Higher Education Policy think tank has a well reasoned and lucid piece in the Carolina Journal on the issue of extra pay for teachers with graduate degrees.
Jesse Saffron, a staffer at the John W. Pope Center for Higher Education Policy think tank has a well reasoned and lucid piece in the Carolina Journal on the issue of extra pay for teachers with graduate degrees.
 
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