There are certain ideas that are prevalent in higher education, yet have been proven to be bad. Faculty costs must never be considered expense but as investment. The principle of functioning at bare costs will never lead to quality education. Technology does make life easier, yet it must never be promoted at the cost of nuts & bolts educational rigour. Faculty members have often been at the forefront of innovation in education and do not usually cause obstacles. A greater staff-to-faculty ratio is not necessarily a negative step. Public disinvestment in education is not a positive step or inevitable. This is a long term investment for the economy as a whole. While there are higher education systems more efficient, the American system is certainly not one that is facing a crisis or which needs a complete overhaul.

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