Is it justified how social media lowers the value of academic credentials?
Or is this a natural evolution of global society to lower the value of political agendas in general?
Social media is not reducing the value of academic credentials. It is the sheer number of people earning degrees to have the credential (a college degree) in the hope of having access to skill based jobs while getting degrees that do not teach skills, like the liberal arts and social justice.
When half of graduates have a useless certificate, it devalues the certificate itself.
Great point to this perhaps overly broad inquiry TW. A liberal arts education aids an individual's innovating talents to contribute to social reformations. But social sites do not challenge politicians to freely educate their citizens, also.
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