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The cost of higher education …

May 30, 2018

matters. Every course and teacher costs money. Every course and teacher adds to a student’s debt.

Employers, if you start to look for courses taken and the grades earned in job applicants’ résumés, and not for degrees, a new kind of college that provides a menu of courses, and not degrees, will spring up to satisfy the employers and students. Ask about a job applicant’s education, not about a costly degree.

The old, course-packed, degree-oriented colleges would be pressured to get rid of questionable, college-mandated, politically-oriented courses or lose students.

Higher education would switch from being institution-oriented to student-oriented.

American entrepreneurs, there’s money to be made there.

Someday, “I don’t have a degree. I paid for a REAL education.”

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