A new report aims to debunk four myths about tuition increases, including the myth that faculty are to blame.
Convinced soaring college tuition payments just line the pockets of overpaid professors?
A new report offers a rigorous rebuttal, citing federal data on higher education salaries — including at local institutions — as proof that full-time faculty pay is not the poison. If anything, the report suggests, having ample and well-treated full-time staff is the antidote.
The American Association of University Professors minced no words in taking that stand, dubbing its annual report on faculty...