Just say no to college! Why it’s the worst decision a young American can make
Matthew Saccaro, salon.com

For today’s grads, a job is no sure thing, but decades of debt may be. And don’t get me started on the “education”

Each autumn, mil­lions of young Amer­i­cans parade into col­leges with cheap plas­tic fur­ni­ture in tow, expect­ing their work ov…

I’m not 100% sold on college right after high school. This article focuses on the cost and debt incurred. Definitely an issue. But what about the time to socialize, to become an adult, that time between graduating and becoming someone who is functional. Increasingly I am pushing for a gap year (or two) so that when college does happen it is with a purpose.

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