• Posts Tagged ‘graduate school’

    Decline In Law-School Prospects

    by  • March 21, 2012 • Observations • 0 Comments

    In a previous post, I wondered whether all the negative press about the dim prospects that law-school graduates face was having any impact on law-school applications. Things are even worse for doctoral students, but there are so few of them that it doesn’t get covered in the news as much. It turns out that...

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    The Ponzi Professoriate

    by  • January 31, 2012 • Articles • 2 Comments

    Some schools are better at keeping tuition low than others. They are held up as models of how to fix higher education, since the crisis that garners the most media attention is whether paying top-tier tuition is still a good investment, given that even college graduates have difficulty finding jobs. It is newsworthy when...

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