More from the NY Times in the section "Studies on the bloody obvious"
This one says 60% of Americans believe that colleges today operate like businesses, concerned more with their bottom line than with the educational experience of students.
As news this has to rank with revelations like "17 year old boys like porn".
Of course education is a business. How did people think colleges paid for all the staff and buildings?
Everything's a business - some very lucrative
The religion business
The criminal justice business
The politics business
The warfare business
The Security business
The intelligence business