November 13, 2013
Someone should tell university administrators and educators that their primary purpose is to guarantee that graduates will have better incomes than those who are not fortunate enough to attend college. In addition, colleges and universities are now, it seems, supposed to be places where everyone equally becomes one of the “Joneses.”
In an article titled, “Rethinking the Rise of Inequality“, Eduardo Porter of the New York Times
writes that college education is about solving the income disparity problem. Continue Reading...