Recent Blog Posts
- Law Schools Fiddle while Rome Burns
- What Colleges Can Learn from Twitter
- Judging MOOCs: What Are They For?
- Administrators: The Eternal Scapegoat of Higher Ed
- Endowment Returns Rise in 2013
- Kansas Should Uphold Academic Freedom
- Price Controls Reward the Status Quo
- Grade Inflation at Harvard: The Average Is Exceptional
- Federal College Ratings Will Harm Higher Education
- Changing the Higher Education System: Lowering Costs, Improving Outcomes
- Michael Rosen, in a review of Andrew Ferguson's book on higher education, Crazy U, for AEI's The American, identified Richard Vedder as the "foremost national expert on college tuition."
- Richard Vedder pointed out in an opinion-editorial for Businessweek that college is not for everyone on purely economic grounds despite the large college earnings premium on average.
- Daniel Bennett commented upon recent research on the for-profit higher ed sector in a piece for Career College Central. Bennett discussed what the research reveals to be the strengths and weaknesses of the sector as a whole.