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Kevin Carey Gives the Right Diagnosis; I’m Less Sure About the Prescription

In  piece for the New Republic that I missed when it came out, Kevin Carey provides a compelling diagnosis of the cost problem in higher education that’s worth quoting at length: [H]ighly-profitable lower division courses in common subjects like Economics, Calculus, … Continue reading

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