Happy Saturday, Roadies, and welcome to my weekly blog roundup!
Our youngest son was accepted to my alma mater, a small, private engineering school here in Indiana. But he’s not going. That school’s four-year price tag is slightly north of a quarter million dollars — more than four times what I paid in the late 1980s. After their financial aid offer, he would still need to borrow a sum in the mid five figures just for his first year. We were all shocked. Wisely, he chose a school with a much lower cost. It won’t help our son at all, what Aaron Renn has to say, as it will come too late for him: this is a bubble ripening to burst. And it won’t be pretty. Read 6 Forces Disrupting Higher Education
Have you ever been accused of resisting change when what you were, in fact, resisting was having change pushed down your throat? Johanna Rothman helps you know the difference. Read Resisting Change or Resisting a Pushed Solution
Mike Johnston debunks the aphorism “the best camera is the one you have on you.” He says it’s common to have precisely the wrong camera on you. Read Myth: The best camera is…
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