But Seriously, Let’s Talk About Millennial Poverty
Hanna Brooks Olsen

What angers me is the pace with which the price of an education rose, faster than health care even. At the same time the income of those that do the actual teaching declined. I know many Adjunct Professors that work three or four jobs and collect some form of public assistance just to keep their heads above water. I used to be one of them. In the mean time many small colleges bloated themselves into becoming Universitys on the backs of their current students and not from any endowment as is the tradition. Both my daughters colleges more than doubled the size of their campuses in the four years they were there yet they had almost nothing in endowments. Where do you think the money came from?

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