The liberal arts are under attack. So why do the rich want their children to study them?
A new analysis by two economists takes issue with those who argue that liberal arts education is not worth the investment.
Catharine B. Hill and Elizabeth Davidson, of the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, looked at how much graduates with a liberal arts education can earn. They found that while liberal arts majors may not earn as much engineers, they do well, showing that critics are incorrect about the worth of the degree.
That brings us to the post below, written by Donald...