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  • Hannah Wasserman

    I think the answer is no. I mean, eventually the cost-benefit analysis is going to point to no college. It's just getting too impossible for those who don't have the means. On the one hand I feel like we'll be left with a terribly uneducated workforce, but on the other-- there are so many different ways to learn via the internet-- so maybe it's okay?