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The student debt crisis is worse at state schools with the highest-paid presidents. The
sharpest rise in student debt at the top 25 occurred when executive compensation soared the highest.
As students went deeper in debt, administrative spending outstripped scholarship
spending by more than 2 to 1 at state schools with the highest-paid presidents.
As presidents’ pay at the top 25 skyrocketed after 2008, part-time adjunct faculty
increased more than twice as fast as the national average at all universities.
At state schools with the highest-paid presidents, permanent faculty declined dramatically as a percentage of all faculty. By fall 2012, part-time and contingent faculty at the top 25 outnumbered permanent faculty for the first time.
Average executive pay at the top 25 rose to nearly $1 million by 2012– increasing more
than twice as fast as the national average at public research universities.
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