Senator Brownsberger recently submitted the testimony in this post on S654, An Act regarding higher education opportunities for high school graduates in the Commonwealth.
Senator Brownsberger submitted the following written testimony to the Joint Committee on Higher Education. TO: Joint Committee on Higher Education FROM: Senator William N. Brownsberger RE: Senate Bill 577, An Act regarding higher education opportunities for high school graduates in the Commonwealth, and House Bill 1078, An Act regarding tuition equity for […]
The cost of college is out of hand! Please note: This provocative infographic was prepared by “FrugalDad.com” and I’ve posted it here at their request. I think the issue raised is very real and central, but I haven’t fully fact checked their piece. So, comments and corrections are welcome!
Does it make sense to you? It seems very narrow in focus to me. It seems that it would allow a very important segment of our higher education system to be ruled by the interests of businesses – primarily businesses in the Boston area. There also seems to be a focus on creating “schools” that […]
Education funding is a top personal priority for me. But there are deep questions about how we should deliver education and what the goals of education should be.
Should universal post-secondary education be our goal? There is good evidence that the answer is no.