The Consequences of Commoditizing Education

To the left, Betsy DeVos has become the human embodiment of all that is wrong with the movement to further privatize public education. Her vision for the future of the American education system revolves around increasing the number of private and charter schools, and school of choice through programs such as vouchers. However, the current … Continue reading The Consequences of Commoditizing Education

Losing the Green 15: The Problem of Regressive Tuition Freezes at Michigan State University

Michigan State University raised tuition for the 8th year in a row this summer. To combat the rising cost of tuition, the university unveiled a new program for insuring lower tuition costs: the Go Green Go 15 program or Go15. Essentially, students are able to lock in the 2016-2017 tuition cost as long as they … Continue reading Losing the Green 15: The Problem of Regressive Tuition Freezes at Michigan State University

Catalonia and the EU’s Responsibility to Help

Catalonia, currently an autonomous community within Spain, has its own culture, language, and history - including a long tradition of separatism. Its most recent attempt at independence came in the form of a referendum earlier this month. The Spanish government banned the referendum, arguing that it was unconstitutional. 📊 Resultats del Referèndum de #1OCT pic.twitter.com/2jGFL1xLz1 … Continue reading Catalonia and the EU’s Responsibility to Help