A few weeks ago I happened to catch Suze Orman’s show on CNBC. One caller had her case analyzed. She had something like $1.5 million in assets and had her home paid off. She is clearly in a very good position and puts her within the top 2 percent of households in the United States. […]
The bursting law school bubble: Cash cow law schools are facing 30 year lows in applications as applicants confront high tuition and low wages.
Law school is no cheap proposition. To get into law school requires someone to take three years out of their life beyond the typical 4-year undergraduate experience followed by preparing for and scoring a solid number on the LSAT. There is also the tiny issue that law school graduates will end up coming out with […]
Grade Inflation in the United States: Has our university system made it easier for students to get higher grades?
I came across a report showing the increasingly higher grades reported at our nation’s public and private universities. What happens when no one is average when it comes to grades? Is it that students are all of a sudden more intelligent? I think a large part of this grade inflation is also coming from instructors […]