Higher education has become spiritually expensive.
The Lost Class: Can America Form Real Elites?
In “Losing the Class,” Ian Marcus Corbin made a vital point studiously and willfully ignored by those in charge of American society: an enormous generational gap is growing between the ideology of the ruling class and the inner thoughts of the younger generation. In his words, “our students are playing the game like good little Party members, but they don’t believe the doctrine.”
Here, current professors, recent college graduates, and education theorists and practitioners respond.
Academia’s crowning discipline is an empty shell.
Real reform means raising valorous men and women.