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What do you think should happen to improve college education?

There has been quite a lot of negative attitudes towards college education lately. A lot of it appears to be due to high debt accumulated by students prior to graduation coupled with a weak job market. Are you college educated? Are you glad you went to college, or do you regret it? Or, if you didn't go to college, do you regret not having gone, or are you glad you didn't go?

Asked By: - 5/2/2012
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We need to rethink what constitutes "higher education" in the US. Yes, there's a place for the traditional view of college or university, where we train our engineers and doctors and teachers. But there's also a place for encouraging the "non-traditional" student to pursue further career training so we can have a... More
Answered By: pdooma - 5/2/2012
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yes yes
Answered By: David - 5/2/2012
 
Professors should teach what the students are paying them to teach... More
Answered By: GINGER - 5/2/2012
 
im glad to be smarter than cons!!!
Answered By: Buzz Kill - 5/2/2012
 
Take away the cell phones so they can concentrate what the professor is teaching.
Answered By: navigator - 5/2/2012
 
How about lets just do the same thing we always do and keep expecting different and better results.. its the only thing we know how to do.. just throw more tax payer money at it and make sure the government maintains its watchful eye. Sounds good people? Yea.. good.
Answered By: Love Propaganda - 5/2/2012
 
it would help if financial aid covered only programs that relate directly to the top 50% job categories that have projected growth in 5-8 years. why subsidize an education in something that the student has little to no change of being employed doing? if someone wants to major in creative writing, let them save their... More
Answered By: Wendle L - 5/2/2012
 
I like what Ginger had to say. I have had a few teachers go off spouting on with their own opinion and getting off topic for it.
Answered By: Peace and Prosperity 2012! - 5/2/2012
 
I thing yes
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Answered By: NIET - 5/3/2012
 
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