Educated fools: Why Democratic leaders still misunderstand the Politics of Social Class, by Thomas Geoghegan.
"Yes, there’s race, and immigration, and globalization, but there’s something even scarier, and hard to address directly: this ...Read More
“The data involved in individual student’s institutional learning could, in fact, become the most valuable commodity on the planet. Of course, the value of data is only based on how one can exploit and prosper off said data.” writes David ...Read More
“Being uncomfortable is KEY in this world of ours. Not altogether different from the world of special operations, where the work needs to be done, regardless of weather or personal feelings. The climate in this educational institution is ...Read More
"Some people are much more likely than others to become members of the reading class. “The patterns are very, very predictable,” Griswold told me. First, and most intuitively, the more education someone has, the more likely they are to be a ...Read More
An incisive look at the broader contradictions and problems in university funding and (espoused) values. In short, the walk does not match the talk.
"The ubiquitous black globes of cameras in the ceiling are a reminder that this is also a school designed with the unthinkable in mind. The glass in the double row of doors is bulletproof, a feature that costs 10 times what normal glass ...Read More
Students don’t feel that working at Facebook has the same cachet,” a San Francisco–based tech recruiter with 15 years of experience (who asked not to be named because Facebook is currently one of his clients) told me in an interview. “It ...Read More