October 1, 2012
It’s the filibuster, stupid
Here’s my plea to Jim Lehrer: At the first presidential debate in Denver next Wednesday, ask the candidates if they are in favor of restoring majority rule in this country.
September 24, 2012
The Siege of Academe
For years, Silicon Valley has failed to breach the walls of higher education with disruptive technology. But the tide of battle is changing. A report from the front lines.
September 21, 2012
Consultancies Are Eager to Enter Private Health Exchanges
For employers, an exchange ideally will expand health benefits choice for workers while holding down their health costs, advocates for the concept say.
September 18, 2012
Dropouts Earning Diplomas Online
Here's an alarming statistic, today, 7,000 students in America dropped out of high school, according to the alliance for excellent education.
May 7, 2012
The Campus Tsunami
Online education is not new. The University of Phoenix started its online degree program in 1989. Four million college students took at least one online class during the fall of 2007.