By Dr. Watson Scott Swail, President & Senior Research Scholar, Educational Policy Institute So, let me get this right. I’ve ardently been against rescuing the college-going public against any government intervention to completely eliminate student debt. You can read my diatribes against Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren in several Swail Letters (see at end of piece). Now, apparently, Joe Biden, who is a capable leader with a … Continue reading Vote NO for Eliminating All Student Debt
By Dr. Watson Scott Swail, President & Senior Research Scholar, Educational Policy Institute Now that higher education has hit the pause button for a few months, it is prudent to consider what the “new” higher education will look like when it returns for a second run this fall. Will it simply look like it always has? Or will it morph into something slightly or radically different? If … Continue reading The Post COVID-19 Higher Education Landscape
By Dr. Watson Scott Swail, President & Senior Research Scholar, Educational Policy Institute “It’s just strange to me how many are overreacting” to the pandemic, Mr. Falwell said on “Fox & Friends” on March 10. “It makes you wonder if there is a political reason for that. Impeachment didn’t work and the Mueller report didn’t work and Article 25 didn’t work, and so maybe now this is … Continue reading Lock Him Up
I found many an article or blog about issues related to childcare and the coronavirus. For instance, in yesterday’s New York Post is “The coronavirus child care talk you need to have with your nanny.” I’m thinking that nannies aren’t a thing that most parents are dealing with right now, or ever. Continue reading COVID-19: Are the Kids Alright?
By Dr. Watson Scott Swail, President & Senior Research Scholar, Educational Policy Institute Last night, the Senate was unable to pass an $1.8 billion stimulus bill over a variety of issues, some of which are known and some not. Of those we know, included was the Democrats sense that there is not adequate funding to protect and support higher education. A second issue is the level of … Continue reading Is This the Time to Right-Size Higher Education?