Thursday, August 20, 2015


From Inside Higher Ed today:

In Iowa on Monday, Senator Marco Rubio, a candidate for the Republican presidential nomination, spoke about his vision for reforming higher education, and encouraged more people to enter vocationally oriented programs. Rubio said it was important for students to know their chances at good jobs after finishing various programs. "So you can decide if it's worth borrowing $50,000 to major in Greek philosophy," The Waterloo Cedar Falls Courier reported Rubio as saying. 

"Because after all, the market for Greek philosophers has been very tight for 2,000 years."...

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