The Big Decision: To Go To College Or Not

By Andrew Demeter

“The Big Decision” explores America’s system of college education. Why do most students enroll? How can the problem of student debt be solved? And in what ways can alternatives to college, such as trade schools, be promoted? Andrew Demeter is a young American political activist, amateur filmmaker, entrepreneur, journalist, and author who’s trying to decide whether or not to go to college.

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5 Comments on "The Big Decision: To Go To College Or Not"

  1. yEshUA ImmAnUEl * ben-'Adam | January 24, 2016 at 4:34 pm | Reply

    “Thinking is an Art, and few can think what they wish or hold on to a thought. Men only think what they must; they feed on the ideas that enter their minds without asking. Welcome and unwelcome thoughts enter; they neither come at our bidding nor go away when they are not wanted; they are like disorderly guests that do not obey the rules which the landlord prescribes.”

    • yEshUA ImmAnUEl * ben-'Adam | January 24, 2016 at 4:40 pm | Reply

      “What is time and space, after all, but merely mental conceptions by which we attempt to measure the Infinite?”

  2. Hmmm

    The ruling elite no longer need nor desire a well educated citizenry. So first they drive the cost of post secondary education thru the roof. Profiting handsomely all the way up. And all the way they have degrading the quality of that education as well. It has now reached the point that the cost benefit failure has been made clear to all. But it seems a lot of young people were not listening and still demand more “education”. So what happens next? Just as sure as god made little apples the “media” is trotted out to explain in great detail why ignorance is truly a virtue after all………..And you can be sure it that doesn’t deter the masses, the ruling elite will simply begin closing down the Universities.

  3. “I don’t want a nation of thinkers. I want a nation of workers”

    “Try to turn every disaster into an opportunity”

    “The day of combination is here to stay. Individualism has gone, never to return”

    John D. Rockefeller American industrialist (1839 – 1937)

  4. The decision: fill your mind with garbage or not.

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