Sunday, May 30


The University of Guam wants to develop an engineering program. Yes!!! That is a realistic challenge and such a program would be of long-term benefit to all of the Western Pacific. ~ KUAM

What (for-profit universities) get to do is to cherry pick the programs that are revenue producers and they have no obligation to provide the programs that are net revenue losers but may be absolutely essential to the public interest...

We have tended to focus on perceived rivalries among ourselves... We’ve got to understand the new reality: The folks that are eating your lunch are not the public institutions down the road, but these for-profit providers.
~ Kay Norton, president of the University of Northern Colorado
Garrison Keillor on the end of the book publishing industry ~ NY Times

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