Saturday, March 25, 2006

Corzine Cuts Stem from Bad Apple Theory

The Chronicle: Daily News Blog: N.J. Governor Lowers Boom on Public-College Spending: "“Frankly, the [medical-school] issue tells me there may be management weaknesses,” Governor Corzine told the Inquirer. It “tells me that the institutions are not as disciplined as we would like. ... This is not an accusation, but if there are weaknesses in one, there could be weaknesses in others.”

And the governor, who already has replaced the medical university’s president (The Chronicle, January 24), warned that if colleges raised tuition rather than tightening administrative expenses, he could “get to the tipping point” toward revamping New Jersey’s largely autonomous public higher-education system."


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