Why Are Colleges Worth The Price Of Admission

225 Words1 Page
I agree with this article. For-profit colleges help people in their education in a lot of different ways. However, many people earn a degree to get a job. If the debt that they procure while doing so is more money than that which the degree can help pay off, that degree will have lost its meaning. Andrew Hacker and Claudia Dreifus support this argument in their article “Are Colleges Worth the Price of Admission?” when they criticize colleges for not focusing on the right priorities to aid undergraduate learning. If for-profit colleges were truly focused on undergraduate learning, they wouldn’t pile so much debt on them that it’s nearly impossible to get out of it. Furthermore, in a speech made by Sir Ken Robinson called “Changing Education

More about Why Are Colleges Worth The Price Of Admission

Open Document