A sensible move for more efficiency in higher ed

Higher education has become a black hole for money, with innumerable expenditures on personnel and programs that would never pass the test of the market.

In today’s Martin Center article, Jenna Robinson explains about it. She writes: “The Faculty Retirement Incentive Program (FRIP), if funded, would provide institutions with flexibility, improve university productivity, and save money in the long run.”

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