"Google Has a Plan to Disrupt the College Degree"
"NYC promised to ban teacher ‘rubber rooms’ — they went underground instead"

"Cheerful Allegiance To Truth: It’s our best hope to stem the tide of anarchy."

I enthusiastically endorse Roger Kimball's analysis:

This is the oldest and the best argument for conservatism: the argument from the fact that our actions almost always have unforeseen and unwelcome consequences. It is an argument from so great and so mournful a fund of experience, that nothing can rationally outweigh it. . . .

Progressives cannot wrap their minds (or, more to the point, their hearts) around this irony: that “reform” so regularly exacerbates either the evil it was meant to cure or another evil it had hardly glimpsed. 

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