My essay doesn't treat the idea of college-for-all as a distinctively progressive idea.
In today's Martin Center article, Christian Barnard of the Reason Foundation argues that our current crisis might get us off the college-degree treadmill.
American universities have sent their students home and nearly all face a much-constrained future. But what if the current crisis leads to greater efficiency?
The university has a problem with intolerance for viewpoints that don't align with leftist ideas.
Even students who won't pay full cost stay away from expensive colleges.
Those making this argument are taking advantage of a crisis to try to keep due process out of college campuses.
John M. Ellis has served on college faculties since 1963. He has seen a lot of change over the years, much of it deplorable.
Thousands of Asian-American students will be harmed. But virtue signaling will achieve new heights.
Tulsa University used to be regarded as an excellent regional university. But about three years ago, a new administration brought in a host of left-wing ideas.
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio predicted that the city's public schools will remain closed for the remainder of the school year.