Education, politics, and anything else that catches my attention.
Many of the nation’s public universities eliminated courses and raised tuition last year, but the salaries and benefits of their presidents continued to rise, though at a slower rate than in years past, a new study has found.
You could have been talking about Congress, huh?
They don't seem to have trouble finding money to pay coaches, though. I find it hard to believe that Mack Brown is worth $5 million- several times the salary of the president of the UT system, who leads a system with (at least) two of the top research universities in the nation (UT-Austin and UT-Dallas).
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