In this article the author comments on an aspect of higher education in the United States. The central focus of the article is on the author's contention that U.S. colleges and universities provide extensive information about themselves to prospective students but rarely address the question as to whether or not they are successful in the education of students. The author is of the opinion that educational results in higher education should be readily available. The author is critical of the notion that the more expensive an education the better it is.
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