[Ed1] Matt Reed wants to know why we subsidize meal plans at elite universities but not cafeterias at community colleges.
[Ed2] Was a UCLA instructor canned for having the wrong politics, or was he just a bad teacher?
[Ed3] This has a bit of an “everything old is new again” vibe, as it describes the IT sector becoming what it used to it.
[Ed4] Weed is, apparently, not so good for the academics.
[Ed5] California’s economy is good, revenues are up, and there are no Republicans in power there to blame for anything, but here they are.
[Ed6] San Diego school district’s online tests are really easy to cheat on. All of the incentives for everybody involved are for the kids to graduate.
[Ed7] An interesting glance at a high school’s math curriculum debate, and the compromise that was reached.
[Ed8] Richard Black is worried that Corbyn’s “student bribes” are going to wreck Britain’s future. Stephen Bush says that the plan to abolish tuition is good politics for Labour, even while it’s not great policy for them (or the country).