American higher education—long the envy of the world—is facing unprecedented challenges…as the crisis continues to escalate, there is a conspicuous lack of leadership from the presidents and chancellors of educational institutions, says the Washington Post. Many responsible administrators privately admit that there are enormous problems with our system, but almost all of them are unwilling to speak out publicly or put major reforms first on their agenda. Why? There are several basic reasons that presidents and chancellors refuse to approach these issues honestly…

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