Higher learning

Sometimes, I select stories just for the headline I can write over it.

“Temple Is Probed Over Online MBA Marketing,” The Wall Street Journal, July 26, 2018 B5. University accused of deceptive marketing to prospective MBA students.

What is the lesson here?  School may have tweaked some test data to improve the school’s ranking.  Did non-students learn more than students?

Dean lost his job.  The school’s reputation takes a hit.  US News & World Report it told the school can’t verify its information.  Maybe the ex-Dean can be the subject of a case study in the Ethics curriculum.  Or a Compliance course, if the school has one.

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