I suspect sooner or later, I talk about the possibility of a bubble, that the whole higher education world is poised to just—somebody is going to prick the balloon. We know that people do not get educated for the most part in college. We know that it costs too much and if any other industry in America failed in this way…they would collapse.
The time is nigh? Today on Uncommon Knowledge, Andrew Ferguson contemplates the future of the American University.
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