Real Madrid wrote:If Paul Campos really believed in what he preaches, he'd resign from Colorado, a school which, according to its own website, left 36% of its 2010 class unemployed, with 3% employed in school-funded fellowships, and 7% with unknown employment statuses.
Undaunted by the near-50% (if not more, assuming no one in the "employed" category is underemployed) unemployed/underemployed placement rate at the school where he teaches, Campos naturally continues to rake in who knows how many hundreds of thousands of dollars annually as he watches a full one-half (or more) of his own students trade in their federal student loans for decades of debt servitude.
1. If you want to disagree with the substance of his arguments, that's fine, but attacking the source
2. If he resigned (assuming he had to get another job), he likely wouldn't have the time or platform to continue his advocacy (at least, not to the same extent).
3. If you read his blog, you'll find he doesn't spare his own school (as recently as Tuesday).