In June, as universities across America started announcing their planned coronavirus policies for the fall semester, I wrote that “oppressive rules put in place in the name of countering coronavirus at university campuses may tip the scale against spending tens of thousands of dollars or even over a hundred thousand dollars, or going into debt for that amount, for four years or more at college.”
Here we are nearing the end of that fall semester, and the numbers are in. There has been a significant drop in freshman students and international students at American universities. With that drop in students has come a significant reduction in college faculty jobs as well.
Robert Wenzel provides details in a Monday Target Liberty article.
Reprinted with permission from the Ron Paul Institute for Peace and Prosperity.