There’s a Larger Lie Beyond the College Admissions Bribery Case

 

Most people don’t come to college to learn. They come to check a box. (And maybe party along the way.)

(From Time.com)

Sure, college is an intellectual banquet for the rare students with a passion for ideas and the energy to locate the also-rare professors with a passion for teaching. The vast majority, however, come in search of a stamp on their foreheads that says grade a — and leave with little else.

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