An Act to Invest in Our Communities
PHENOM on the Boston Common
With the end of federal stimulus funding, we have a nearly $2 Billion budget deficit. That means our schools, Local Aid, and emergency and health care services face deep cuts this spring. Meanwhile, wealthy investors and high-income households have had their Bush-era tax cuts extended, worsening deficits and economic inequality. This legislation would generate $1.2 billion without imposing […]
Check out this great slide show about PHENOM’s March 8, 2010 rally on the Boston Common, as experienced by a first-time rally-goer.
Press Turns to PHENOM
The Future of Higher Education by Dan Clawson and Max Page analyzes the crisis in higher education, describing how a dominant neo-liberal political ideology has significantly changed the U.S. system of higher education. The book examines the contemporary landscape of higher education institutions and asks and answers these questions: Who is able to attend college? Who […]
Have you checked out the PHENOM blog? More and more, the press turns to PHENOM for commentary on issues concerning public higher education. Now they have discovered the blog as a useful source. Read here what PHENOM’s Vice President is quoted saying about the new UMass President.