The school has a right to run its affairs the way they see fit. The public has a right to either attend (or support) the school or not. I don't see what the big deal is.
Is it close-mindedness that's causing the controversy? Why can't people just let other people be?
I'm just guessing, but I would guess that not all of them deserve bonuses.
Obama's administration has done nothing to help the economically disadvantaged except stir up resentment and distrust. Where's the 'uniter' we elected in 2008?
Hope for Change in 2012.
Yes, eeeeeek, I'm sure that's what they are doing. /s
Even if it were true, it's their prerogative.
Herein lies the problem:
"But the savings could allow the White House to make Pell Grants a federal entitlement such as Social Security and Medicare, officials say."
I cannot believe someone would hold these two entitlement programs up as examples when both are well on their way to bankruptcy because of inept government management and the inability of government officials to control their spend-happy ways.
And now they want to create another entitlement in this vein?