John Morgan argues the the Tennessee board of regents will need more money and wants to pump out more degree students.
While an actual degree is one step better then where we were (just looking at income and volume going into, but not graduating from, college) I think we need to take it to the next level. Reward for degrees that actually help students get jobs. As I posted on earlier, China is only subsidising college degrees that get at least 60% of their graduates jobs when they graduate.
I think we need to start looking at a similar model for Tennessee colleges.