Arthur C. Brooks managed to get his college degree for 10,000 dollars. He thinks it is a moral issue not a financial issue for education to change. Here’s his words from the article “My Valuable, Cheap College Degree“:
In the end, however, the case for the 10K-B.A. is primarily moral, not financial. The entrepreneurs who see a way for millions to go to college affordably are the ones who understand the American dream. That dream is the opportunity to build a life through earned success. That starts with education.
This kind of change mandates that students don’t actually sit in a classroom or live in a dorm.
What do you think?