The End of College?

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College, long considered the golden ticket to success, is losing its luster. Tuition at public schools has quadrupled in the past 35 years. National student debt now tops $1 trillion. And simply having a degree doesn’t guarantee a job to pay off those loans. Democratic presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders have been floating debt-free college plans. But in the meantime, many are questioning whether college is worth it anymore.


Michael Gibson - Thiel Foundation - @william_blake, David Leonhardt - New York Times - @DLeonhardt

Madeleine Brand

Jolie Myers, Matt Holzman, Anna Scott, Christian Bordal