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Engineering Degree: The Smart Way (for Parents)

Written by Gary North on February 11, 2017

I am writing this for high school juniors who have just received what seems to be bad news from their parents. My message: It’s good news for parental solvency, and it won’t hurt you a bit. But it’s not what you had in mind. I am going to talk straight with you. I am probably […]

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The Value of a College Degree

Written by Gary North on September 3, 2016

This is a really good presentation. He recommends apprenticeship. So do I. He recommends learning a skill. So do I. He recommends community colleges because the teaching is better. So do I. He does not recommend online accredited schools for under $15,000. He warns about the Ph.D. glut. I knew this was coming in 1966. […]

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To Become a Boring Writer, Attend College

Written by Gary North on April 30, 2016

I have written about 15,000 articles and over 50 books. I have written hundreds of advertisements. I have earned my living as a writer ever since 1967 — a very good living. I even wrote a Ph.D. dissertation. I know how to write. They say that old dogs don’t learn new tricks. Well, I am […]

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Teen Learns Her Parents Aren’t Going To Pay An Allowance Forever

Posted on March 5, 2014

A New Jersey senior is suing her parents for support and college tuition, claiming they kicked her out of the house. Rachel Canning’s parents though say she left their home last year of her own accord, not wanting to follow their rules, which included keeping a curfew, doing some chores and reconsidering a boyfriend relationship […]

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