Ramesh Ponnuru, a National Review editor, tries to be provocative in a Time magazine piece, “The Case Against College Education.” Most readers may indeed be unfamiliar with the arguments that, for many students, the value of attending a four-year college is oversold.
But manufacturers and community colleges and workforce exports have long known this to be the case. And there are credible, excellent alternatives to a four-year baccalaureate (or starting at a college and then dropping out). As Ponnuru writes:
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