Education Is Not a College Monopoly

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Here’s a quick reply to a discussion on SeoulPodcast.

I think it’s condescending to say, that the average person can’t discern a con, or read for her/his enrichment, especially when it seems it’s the educated shills doing most of the spin damage. I also believe instinctively and from experience working in private institutes and studying online, that colleges and universities need the competition, even if I think most South Korean institutes are worse than poison and that I despise online study. The US needs fewer sacred cows that can’t fail, not more.

Here’s a quick reply to a discussion on SeoulPodcast.

I think it’s condescending to say, that the average person can’t discern a con, or read for her/his enrichment, especially when it seems it’s the educated shills doing most of the spin damage. I also believe instinctively and from experience working in private institutes and studying online, that colleges and universities need the competition, even if I think most South Korean institutes are worse than poison and that I despise online study. The US needs fewer sacred cows that can’t fail, not more.

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