In the NYT, Antioch University Midwest President Comments on Higher-ed Costs

Michael Fishbein, president of Antioch University Midwest, in a reply to an op-ed piece in the August 22 New York Times, wrote that “The main cost drivers in higher education are not the outsourcing of tuition management or the prepayment of tuition by wealthy families but the fact that its business model has been obsolete for decades.” He goes on to recommend steps for reducing the costs of higher education.

Fishbein was commenting on “The Hidden Costs of Higher Ed,” by Noah S. Bernstein. Find the rest of his letter here.

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