The National Association of Scholars exposes and debunks the latest leftist academic fad.
April 23, 2015
We're not quite at the point where everyone has a degree, but we are on the road to there.
September 19, 2013
How do you know the college bubble has gotten too big? When there are more janitors with college degrees than NASA employees.
August 25, 2013
College Creep is when college becomes the bare minimum for jobs that don't require college. That's an economic disaster for most Americans, but it's a bonanza for academia.
April 4, 2013
Irene Motts, a spokeswoman for Stark State, a two-year community college, said the new rules were necessary "to maintain the fiscal stability of the college. There are a lot of penalties involved if adjuncts go over their 29 hours-per-week average. The college can be fined and the fines are substantial."
January 22, 2013
Administrators consume 24% of the payroll, up from 20% in 2001. Employees who teach, such as professors, lecturers and instructors, account for 37% of the payroll, down from 39% in 2001
January 6, 2013
It has been documented for some time that Asian applicants to the Ivies face a stiff test-score penalty in the admissions process—Asians have to get higher SAT scores than members of other races to have an equal chance of admission. But it’s one thing to have a higher bar for Asians. It’s still worse to have an Asian quota.
December 17, 2012
What has all that federal funding really accomplished?
June 27, 2012