Silverglate: Why Did Harvard Leave Out Education?

By on December 13, 2010

In a letter to the editor today in the Boston Globe, FIRE Chairman Harvey Silverglate opines on the historic restructuring of Harvard’s main governing board, asking why the university did not include education in its recent reexamination. Harvard’s focus on capital planning and risk management, Harvey writes, further evinces what he has called the "corporatization" of higher education.

Schools: Harvard University