A series of purposely brutalizing psychological experiments may have confirmed Theodore Kaczynski’s still-forming belief in the evil of science while he was in college.
Misguided environmental theory threatens the survival of the grizzly
Have soaring college costs exhausted the capacity of middle-income parents to educate their children? Not at all, according to this surprising analysis of college financing. Proportionately, university education has never been less expensive. But never before have American families been so reluctant to take on their fair share of the costs.
Educators are talking again about raising teaching standards, restructuring courses, and restoring educational values—as well they should be, says a professor who has studied and taught at half a dozen colleges and universities. Will it reverse the trend that has caused a prestigious foundation to describe contemporary general education as “a disaster area”? The professor hopes so, but he is skeptical.