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Foundation to Virginia Colleges: Stop Wasting Our Money @chronicle

The Beazley Foundation has, for the time being, had enough:

The release quotes Richard Bray, chairman of the Beazley Foundation of Portsmouth, Va., as saying that the suspension is a stand against “the departure of numerous institutions from the discipline of a core curriculum fundamental to education in the liberal arts,” and that the report shows Virginia is “supporting rising costs, more administrators, and a diffuse and incoherent curriculum.”

Private foundations can do this, of course.  At some point, taxpayers are going to expect their governments to do the same thing.  Personally, I’d like to see a similar study conducted here in Colorado.

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