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High cost of higher education

October 7, 2013
dsp Williamsport Sun-Gazette

At 79 I have experienced education as a student at many levels. I have also taught in this country at all levels; I also experienced teaching in several countries in Europe. First in this country the cost is tied directly to the wants of the students. As a result of their wants we have excess graduates who are not employed in their wants. What does this mean; their wants generate a need for additional faculty, classroom space and living accommodations. Thus we have duplication of majors in many American universities and colleges. Of course we must consider college and universities desires to not get ahead of me in the number of majors offered.

 
 

 

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