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Graduates: No Reserves. No Retreats. No Regrets.

Graduates: No Reserves. No Retreats. No Regrets.

It’s graduation season!  Young adults are making big decisions about their lives and futures. Going out into the world they are determined to make their mark, to find their place, and to begin building a portfolio of wealth. In today’s economic environment, graduation can be daunting. We can put all of our efforts toward gaining

Book by William Bennett

The Lower Side of College Ed

Higher education has become exorbitantly expensive and inefficient, in part, because of a lack of accountability and pressure from students and taxpayers. As Heather MacDonald has written, even as California’s higher education budget withers on the vine, UC–Berkeley found $194,000 to pay its “vice chancellor for equity and inclusion.” That’s four times the starting salary