The James G. Martin Center is happy to accept unsolicited pitches. Part of the Center’s mission is to serve as a forum for ideas about how to reform higher education from a free-market perspective. As such, we constantly seek new ideas and contributions for our website.
Article topics include higher-education administration, finances, governance, academic standards, efficiency, enrollment, employment, pedagogy, and the curriculum, as well as exposure of bias, politicization, corruption, and poor practices.
We are particularly interested in policy changes, innovations, and news at the state and local level.
All accepted articles must be the writer’s original, unpublished work and must adhere to our editorial guidelines.
If we publish your article, we will pay an honorarium that starts at $200 and increases depending on the amount of web traffic.
Have a good idea? Email article proposals (pitches rather than full drafts preferred) to Graham Hillard.