Author Topic: As many as half of the colleges in the U.S. may fail says Harvard prof  (Read 12796 times)

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I doubt it will be that bad, but I tell you what?  Half the kids in college today do not belong there. Over half of the programs being taught at colleges and university today are not college-level material. All this does is force salaries higher than they should be for, as people majoring on one of these programs need more income to pay off debt acquired by college loans.

Again, consider alternate venues for football. In a couple of years you will never know the difference in play. Competition will be stronger and then we will have true student-athletes.