Colleges do go out of business.
Si Tanka University in South Dakota is going under
The school's financial crisis this academic year stems from the Bureau of Indian Affairs August declaration that Si Tanka no longer was eligible for about $1.4 million in federal funding for tribal colleges because the university's Indian student enrollment fell below 50 percent after it purchased the Huron school.
Over the past 30 years, colleges in South Dakota (Yankton College, USD-Springfield) have closed their doors. It doesn't happen often but traditional campus-based colleges do occasionally go belly-up.
Thomas Sowell[*2] always has something interesting to say:
It is fascinating to hear teachers say that having to "teach to the test" reduces their ability to engage in good teaching. What they call "good teaching" is the very reason our students do so badly in international comparisons and why colleges have to have large numbers of remedial courses to teach students what they didn't learn in school.
Did you sleep well? Tell the truth . . .[*3]
College Basketball update:
UWM coach Bruce Pearl jumps to Tennessee[*4] .
[*5] and LSU [*6] advance to the Women's Final Four.