Friday, July 20, 2012

A Professor Writes About Corruption

This week we present comments from professors from the Nevada System of Higher Education – as you’ll see we may be doing permanent and irritable damage to the system. One professor writes:

"Corruption is so prevalent in higher education, it’s hopeless.  People use the System like it’s their own piggy bank.  Why doesn’t anyone audit who gets hired and promoted?  Nepotism and cronyism rules.  Why isn’t the state interested in really knowing what’s going on?  Cutting funding doesn’t fix corruption, the people at the top take their slice of the money and then layoff people below.  It seems that people in positions of power are never held accountable." 

1 comment:

  1. This professor has hit the nail right on the head! Corruption however is prevalent throughout government at all levels and the ruling klass always seem to come out on top.