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Video: What College Graduates Know (Not Much)

Written by Gary North on October 29, 2012

What parents get for $50,000 to $200,000 per college-bound child. What each child gets for $40,000 of debt in addition to parental subsidies.

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  1. Blair Franconia, NH says:

    When I was in college, my faculty adviser, who was the Vice President of the college, told my mother and grandmother, "He'll never
    graduate because he doesn't have a grounding in math and he'll need math to get his degree." She was right. I didn't graduate because my math skills sucked then and they still suck now. That's why there's a high tech entrepreneur who's paying college students to drop out for a semester and start their own the businesses. That's what Bill Gates did. My college? It was a small Catholic college in Manchester, New Hampshire, called Notre Dame College. It's no longer around. It closed its doors ten years ago.