Skip to comments.Corbett College-Cut Critics Milk The Cash Cow
Posted on 03/17/2011 8:21:45 AM PDT by Tribune7
Gov. Corbett's plan to cut $625 million in funds to collegiate bureaucrats and send some of the money directly to students as scholarships has sure caused some shrieks and howls.
Among the howlers whose cash cow is being gored are:
Penn State University President Graham Spanier whose salary is $620,000 not including benefits;
(Excerpt) Read more at blog.billlawrenceonline.com ...
Among the defenders of the fat-cat educrats is Springfield’s own State Rep. Bill Adolph (R-165) who as House Appropriations Chairman earns about $90,000 per year and is in line for a $64,000 pension upon retirement.
yes I was hit-upon by Pitt’s administration in an email admonishing the Corbett admin for their uncaring attitude toward poor college students. I emailed them back “boo hoo”. I worked by way thru college & am paying my grad school loans now. Why should my tax dollars be funding the drunken exploits of entitlement-mentality 20-somethings?
And all for what? “The secret handshake” so when you apply for a job, you can show the joker who's going to hire you that you belong to the same college grad club that he does.
Know what I learned in college? Nothing. I've become so much smarter upon escaping that hole and forgetting everything I learned and replacing it with the truth.
Good for Gov. Corbett.
I was going back and forth with a lib friend who's a Penn State alum. He was bemoaning the cuts in funding (never mind that he never donates to the school) and said it helped "disadvantaged students". I asked him if he received any while he was there and he responded that yes, it had "helped" him. This is a guy who's parents paid $20k a year to send him to Friends Select.
But it helps "disadvantaged students".
What a feakin' joke.
Don’t fund state colleges, just make them all into vouchers.
Same here. They teahc nothing practical in college and for the life of me I see no point to it.
Certainly would make for a whole lot less administrators and a lot more relevant classes with a whole lot harder-working professors.
Dittos to that!
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