(From RealClearPolicy):                                                                                                                                           By Thomas K. Lindsay

My last column uncovered three higher-education myths — (1) declining state funding is the chief cause of skyrocketing public-university tuitions; (2) a college degree means you’ve significantly increased your fundamental academic skills; and (3) A and B grades signal above-average performance. I was asked by several readers whether these are the only myths obstructing our ability to address the crisis in higher-education affordability and quality. Sad to say, they are not. The myths keep coming. Here are three more: READ MORE HERE