Volume 11, Issue 4
This special issue looks at the relationship between capitalism, neoliberalism, and higher education. Features include viewpoints on creeping corporatization in academia, a case study in how big state universities are failing non-affluent undergrads, and a closer look at the predatory lending practices that created a nation of indentured students.
When big state universities prioritize the needs of affluent students, in-state undergrads often fall through the cracks.
As the federal government shifts more of the cost of higher education onto consumers, are we producing a generation of indentured students?
Women now comprise more than half of all college graduates, but that doesn’t mean they’re out-competing men.
Revisioning the college classroom in an age of texts and tweets.
A bachelor’s degree is the new normal—but is that a good thing?