From Phil Hill at e-Literate, excellent response to WSJ article about university pricing. “Technically speaking, the US recession ended in June 2009, so the argument that the downward spiral began at that point does not match the data. The downward spiral started in the 2012 -13 school year, fully three years later. There are other correlations that might be more relevant such as student loans and defaults, acceptance that job prospects are not rebounding, etc.”
via The quiet revolution in college pricing effects |e-Literate.