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Ronnie wrenchBiscuit says
You are right in many instances.There are people in college who SHOULDN'T be there in the first place.Their intelligence level isn't college level.Extremely intelligent people,not average,are the ones who should be attending college.It isn't for all.
Yoleen Lucas says
This is only further proof of the need for higher standards. A measure of Common Sense should be included in the standards. Apparently these students had none, and should have never been admitted.
In my hub, I describe a guy who had a PhD in Mechanical Engineering, then got his first job - packing boxes! Obviously, he was smart to be able to get that PhD. How was Stanford to know he lacked job hunting skills?
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That which is free is undervalued. One need no more evidence of this than the deplorable conditions of public education, especially in urban areas.
Exactly, the state of public education is beyond abysmal in certain areas.
But that is only because people refuse to discipline their children. The children have too much power over the teachers, who can not discipline them properly.
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