Commentary: The New Math Of Higher EducationChristopher Farrell
Ah, that college sheepskin: Turn-of-the-century philosopher William James called a college education "the yeast-cake for democracy's dough." In the decades following World War II, higher education became the much-envied engine of the U.S. economy by advancing knowledge, creating human capital, and stoking upward mobility.
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