HeadLocke No. 60: Finding cracks in the ivory tower

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HeadLocke No. 60: Finding cracks in the ivory tower

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We’ve all heard that the answer to greater lifelong success involves more higher education. But what if the American system of higher education has deep, pervasive problems that render it dysfunctional? Phillip Magness and Jason Brennan question that claim in the book Cracks in the Ivory Tower: The Moral Mess of Higher Education. Mitch Kokai and John Locke Foundation President/CEO Kory Swanson chat with Magness about the book’s key findings.

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