Posts Tagged: Budgets

Higher Education

Humanities Taking a Back Seat to STEM?

In the latest piece of woe, “As Interest Fades in the Humanities, Colleges Worry” this time from the NY Times, a stark image is cast. Fit for Halloween, the article depicts decreased student enrollment and cut budgets, slashing across English, Classics, Foreign Languages, etc. If students, politicians, and parents are enamored with STEM, what will… Read more »


Kickstarting Education

Written by Russell Warner. With public education funding coming under increasing scrutiny, it can be difficult for teachers to insure that they are addressing basic educational needs, let alone find the capacity or space in their budgets to do something creative or original. So, like many artists that have chosen to trod the new territory… Read more »