Pauline Tam of the Ottawa Citizen wrote an excellent piece following up on the Kajouji story last Saturday. Tam puts the story into the larger context of the relationship universities are bound by law to have with the parents of students.
(There’s a reason I put this first and made a long hyperlink for the story, if you read any of the links here, that’s the one you should.)
Joseph Rago, an editorial writer for The Wall Street Journal, wrote a piece making light of the professor who is suing her students at Dartmouth.
USA Today wrote a piece last week enquiring increased from U.S. college tuition is going. The piece itself is the not really noteworthy. What I found interesting is the chart "Tuition Increases vs. Spending." It shows that public university tuition revenue is up 34.6% compared to 16.7% at private universities. Interestingly, private universities are spending 6.9% more on "direct instructional spending" compared to 3.2% at public institutions. Now, that’s a story.