Discussion in 'Current Events' started by moreluck, Jan 15, 2015.
Sounds like billions we could be saving every year. I'm in for that.
You and I both know that's not going to happen. Government is owned by lobbyists rather than voters.
POOR OL MORELOCK WRONG AGAIN http://www.businessinsider.com/red-states-are-welfare-queens-2011-8
I really wish people would quit buying into the college propaganda. The cost of school is up 1000% since the late 70's. The government keeps throwing money at it and guess what the cost keeps going up more and more.
Not enough people go to trade schools or get real world experience as interns. That liberal arts degree many are getting may impress their circle of friends but they will be stuck with no job and huge student loans to repay.
We can pay a college football coach $5 million plus a year but not give low cost loans for a student to attend that university? Somehow I think our priorities are screwd up.
The big football programs make a profit and support other programs.
Our universities make engineers, doctors, business leaders........
What's more important? Engineers or football players?
Not enough trade schools either. Many more professions could be taught through apprenticeship.
I don't know who disagreed with this but they must be a kansas or duke fan.
There is a problem with football between the haves and have nots. The big schools are money makers but the small school football programs operate at a loss.
Totally seperate. Student fees don't pay for the football coach.
I wouldn't say a loss. Sometimes directional state vs Ohio state means Ohio state paid directional states entire athletic bill for the year.
That's because those students bring in no revenue to the university and by the time you add up the 4 professors to teach a class and you're talking half a million a year.
Are you kidding me? What do you think tuition is?
Not revenue. That's called paying for a service.
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