Education with a capital E is not enough to spur "development" and "growth." Institutions ought to closely scrutinize their curriculum to ensure it includes ways to spur creativity, entrepreneurship, and leadership.
As an undergrad at the University of California-San Diego it was no secret that the Regents, who controlled the operation and decision-making of the university, were involved in some risky business. The Regents, a group of Californians entrusted with the education of 11 undergraduate and graduate campuses, are appointed by the governor. Their appointments are … Continue reading University of California: Debt for Education