For students demanding access to higher education, the inequalities created by the country’s Apartheid past are always present. They’re battling a state they see as “near-kleptocratic.”
Top college and university executives regularly rub shoulders with their fellow top execs in Corporate America. What’s rubbed off on them in the process: a taste for excessive compensation.
The more that major state universities squeeze faculty and students, a new study shows, the grander the rewards their presidents reap. Low-wage, part-time faculty and deeply indebted students both appear more plentifully at universities with lavishly compensated top executives.