Higher Ed

America’s colleges and universities have long relied on taxpayer-backed loans for the survival of their business model. Unfortunately, this intrusion by the federal government has also driven the cost of a degree far above inflation, created an unprecedented generational debt problem and credentialing “treadmill,” and freed colleges to embark on a bloated administrative spending spree. Between this financial waste and universities’ repeated failures to uphold basic standards of free speech and intellectual diversity, it’s high time the American public reconsider whether its investments in higher education should continue.
Higher Ed

Colleges are Using DEI Criteria to Discriminate

Julianna Frandle | Op-Ed
Higher Ed

Ibram Kendi and the implosion of DEI in higher education

Caroline Downey | Op-Ed
Higher Ed

How conservatives can work to reclaim campus culture

Hadley Heath Manning | Op-Ed
Higher Ed

The Reduction of Rigor in Higher Education Hurts the Very Students it’s Meant to Help

Elizabeth Grace Matthew | Op-Ed
Higher Ed

Can Higher Education be Saved?

Kaylee McGhee White | Op-Ed
Higher Ed

Biden Just Invented a New Way to Rob Taxpayers for Student Debt Heist

Angela Morabito | Op-Ed
Higher Ed

Student Loan Payments Are Restarting. Are you Ready?

Patrice Onwuka | Blog
Higher Ed

Female Scholarships Are Now Open to Biological Men

Noelle Fitchett | Blog
Higher Ed

Why College Students Love Cancel Culture

Madeline Fry Schultz | Blog
Higher Ed

Two Truths and a Lie: Taxing Universities

Inez Feltscher Stepman | Two Truths and a Lie
Higher Ed

Video | Taxing Universities

Inez Feltscher Stepman & Michele Vogt | Video
Higher Ed

Inez Feltscher Stepman: Policy Focus: Taxing Universities

Beverly Hallberg & Inez Feltscher Stepman | She Thinks Podcast

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