By John Stossel
A new book makes The Case AGAINST Education. Who would argue against education?
Economics professor Bryan Caplan. He tells John Stossel that “what we need to do is to go back to a world where college is not so accessible.”
That’s because most people don’t learn much in college. Studies find that a third of people haven’t learnt anything detectable after four years in college.
Yet government pours about $80 billion a year into college subsidies.
“Taxpayers ought to know that they’re getting ripped off,” Caplan tells John Stossel.