One more in a nearly endless set of examples of how government-in-practice differs from government-in-theory.
"Law professor argues in UBC human rights complaint that Indigenous scholars shouldn’t have to publish peer-reviewed research".
The Liberals simply cannot defend this.
Why do so many Democrats seem to favor the teachers’ union over poor minority students?
Related: "How to Improve Education for Low-Income Students".
Also related and terribly discouraging: "One Day In The Life Of An Urban Teacher" and "My year of terror and abuse teaching at a NYC high school".
Some background here.
If you haven't read about the recent NBER paper,"Accounting for the Rise in College Tuition," Alex Tabarrok provides a nice summary.
. . . Grey Gordon and Aaron Hedlund create a sophisticated model of the college market and find that a large fraction of the increase in tuition can be explained by increases in subsidies
I agree completely. I believe it so much that every year I double my contributions to my undergraduate and graduate schools. But since I started at zero, I'm not making them rich.
Guess what? Technology is not an educational cure-all.
Also on the subject of cool teenagers: "Reasons to Love New York, 2015: Because This Teenager Discovered the Genetic Mutation That Gave Her the Liver Cancer She Beat at 12".