As Elizabeth Warren blathers on about making college free and cutting educational costs, here’s one worth looking at from Charlie Kirk:
Elizabeth Warren is running on eliminating student loan debt and cracking down on colleges
Which is odd, considering she was a part of the problem:
She made over $429,981 in one year at Harvard
If professors really believed in socialism, why don’t they teach for free?
— Charlie Kirk (@charliekirk11) June 16, 2019
Professor Glenn Reynolds at Instapundit has written a book about this phenomenon (actually, two books) – about how tuition costs keep going up and up – just as administrator costs and tenured faculty salaries go skyward in what’s an increasinly hellish “two-tiered” system. The people who lose out on all this bloat are the junior untentured faculty assistants, who live on starvation wages, and the students themselves, who are piled high with unsupportable debt. He writes:
Today universities have a two-tier class system: Tenured professors and administrators on top, with generous pay and benefits and job security, while many (in some places most) required courses are being taught by the equivalent of serfs, with low pay, no job security, and little in the way of status.
Read the full story from American Thinker
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