- May 29, 2001
Virtual education is the future, not brick and mortar universities.
Penn State is ahead of the curve on this.
You would think expanding virtual enrollment without the added costs of brick and mortar overhead would allow universities to lower tuition, but it seems these "non profit" liberal haven universities are hell-bent on sending their graduates into the world with useless degrees and 6 figures of debt.
The khan academy model is the future of education- crowd sourcing knowledge and offering it for free, essentially.
Probably, but their applications & enrollment aren't falling.Penn State would wise to prepare for the change that is coming.
Deflation is the bigger problem.
With 7 plus years of anemic GDP growth, the failure of QE, and the implosion of oil prices...we are closer to that problem than ever...thank you President Obama...
Hope Michele enjoys her cake today....I'm guessing she ate it.
Ha! A Rightie complaining about 7 years of growth after the Bush financial collapse is amusing.