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Here’s Why You Have More Student Debt Than Your Parents (Video)

College is no longer viewed as a public good… Instead, it’s viewed as a private commodity. ~ ATTN:

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JoAnn Chateau

JoAnn Chateau likes progressive politics and loves the canines. She writes fiction about an alpha Bichon named Chester, and his friends--with a dash of humor and a dab of poli-sci. JoAnn worked professionally in the Psychology and Information Science fields. Retired now, she enjoys the creative life.

7 Comments

  1. caesarbc

    The US cannot force grads to stay and work in the US, thereby creating a “public good.”

    • JoAnn Chateau

      Oh. If we were to have free college in the U.S. it may only be available for free to American citizens. I imagine a lot of them would stay here.

  2. caesarbc

    So if anyone from all over the world can come to US schools, and because they will be doing a “public good” back in their own countries, then their college should be free(?).

    • JoAnn Chateau

      Thanks for commenting. But I don’t understand what you mean. Clarify? Thanks!

  3. swo8

    A lot of what is being taught at the higher level no longer pertinent to employment.
    Leslie

    • JoAnn Chateau

      Right. Most jobs require workers to be ‘Yes!” people. That doesn’t require education, it requires training.

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