Serious Money

Today’s San Francisco Chronicle begins to explore the notion of accountability for the harms caused by New College of California trustees. While most of the focus is on students deceived into thinking they were attending a bona fide (albeit “quirky”) institution of higher learning, we would be remiss in neglecting to address the employees who chose to make careers there. If nothing else, the trustees and WASC owe them and the public both an explanation as well as restitution.

When you ruin peoples’ lives by making false assurances of institutional integrity, you have to make amends. In our society, that means money—serious money.

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~ by Jay Taber on February 28, 2008.

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