Monday, November 06, 2017

Higher Education Bubble.

From Glenn Reynolds, who happens to be a law professor in Knoxville.  Also, he's Instapundit.

Lately, he's been tracking the sorry state of education, both in high school and college.
That was pretty much the Insta-Daughter’s story. The first semester of high school she tracked how they used her time and found that shockingly little of it — like 2-3 hours a day — was on actual learning. The rest was busywork, assemblies, etc. That’s why she quit and went to online (Kaplan) high school, graduating early at 16 after taking far more AP courses than her allegedly fancy public high school offered.
Follow the links.  Or, hell, just go read this.   Generally, public schools are a disaster.

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