In case you missed it in Sunday’s paper, Garry Trudeau reports on the studies indicating students are doing more socializing than learning at our colleges and universities.
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How discouraging. No doubt college is still an important factor in professional success, but for some it may not be the best route to a professional career; especially if they are not reaping all the benefits. How about alternative models and pathways for continuing education? Everyone deserves an opportunity…
Completely agreed, Gerald, about opportunity, alternative models and pathways. Simply going after a BA for the sake of a BA does no one any good.
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