Greedy Harvard Signals Higher Ed Must Change After Pandemic

Roger L. Simon, The Epoch Times

The professorate and, even more, the administrators frequently react to these SJWs in a manner that is beyond timidity, essentially becoming their enablers. All of this can be subsumed under what has become a massive disconnect between our higher educational system and what it was originally intended to achieve—preparing students for the working world and to be informed citizens of a democratic republic. One of the very few positive outcomes of the pandemic is that it may be helping to change this situation—and quickly. Higher education is, inadvertently, being placed under the microscope of cost-benefit analysis. It will likely never be the same.

What Is the Biggest College Scandal of All?

Stephen Moore, CNS News

If universities are going to rely on taxpayers to subsidize its exorbitant costs, it makes sense for the public to hold these schools to the high standards it says it holds its students to. If the institution doesn't take federal money, it can do as it wishes. Lower college tuitions are easily achievable for every family in America, and unlike our failed multi-billion-dollar student loan programs or populist slogans such as "free college tuition," this strategy won't cost taxpayers a dime.