Student as Consumer: What Three Decades of Higher Education Policy Mean to K-12

Simon Brown


The diminishing educational outcomes and academic rigor, which have come to define the American collegiate experience, result from a misguided economic policy that places students as consumers in an “educational marketplace”. 

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