Jelani Cobb on J-School Sticker Shock and Education Wars

From a story on by Joe Pompeo headlined “Jelani Cobb on J-School Sticker Shock, Education Wars, and the Trump Coverage Conundrum”:

When Jelani Cobb was named dean of the Columbia Journalism School, he became the 14th person and the first African American to lead the institution, which was founded by Joseph Pulitzer in 1912. He also became the third consecutive New Yorker staff writer to assume the prestigious title, following Steve Coll and Nicholas Lemann.