Jane S. Shaw, board chair of the James G. Martin Center for Academic Renewal, praised North Carolina’s higher education reforms in American Spectator last week. She named several important changes made by the UNC System Board of Governors and the North Carolina General Assembly over the last decade that have made North Carolina’s colleges and universities more efficient and transparent.
Martin Center president Jenna A. Robinson agreed with Shaw’s assessment. “I hope other states are able to follow North Carolina’s lead on higher education reform,” she said.
Read the article on the American Spectator website, here.
The James G. Martin Center is a nonprofit dedicated to the improvement of higher education in North Carolina and across the nation.