College is not the answer for every high school student. College costs more this year than ever before. A college degree no longer guarantees a successful career. The rising cost of higher education is leading American colleges and universities to an uncertain future. Led by unprecedented crises in cost and demand, along with rapidly changing technology, the coming upheaval will change American colleges and universities and will shape the future lives and careers of Millennial generation students. Surveying generational, economic, and educational trends, The College Question surveys the current state of higher education in America and questions the feasibility and relevance of a college education for Millennial students. Written by a university professor with over a decade of personal experience teaching college students, The College Question gives answers to important questions that parents and students want to know. Controversial, thoroughly researched, and informative, The College Question teaches parents and students to survey the American college landscape, avoid common mistakes, and find the best answer to The College Question for every college student. Know your future. Plan your options.car, so nearly always they respond amy new MacBooka or some other Apple product. ... that are all in agreement that their MacBook Pro/MacBook Air/new iPhone is the most expensive thing they own, and the most precious thing they own. ... they ownaregardless of whether or not they paid for it outright, took out loans to finance it, or had very generous parents that paid for itais their college education!
|Title||:||The College Question|
|Author||:||Alex Bitterman, PhD|
|Publisher||:||Balanne & Co. Press - 2013-09-11|