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Published: Monday, Aug. 20 2012 10:52 a.m. MDT

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John20000
Cedar Hills, UT

Although it is one of the safer bets that you can exchange a degree for a good job, the benefits of higher education rarely talked about are good reasons to pursue a degree. There are many experiences that can offer these benefits, not just a college education, but a college education is pretty good at expanding a student's personal philosophies and creativity. It also widens a student's network of relationships, teaches them how to live on their own, and in some cases lights a fire in students that becomes their life long pursuit in a particular field.

worf
Mcallen, TX

Unemployment doesn't seem to be a problem for people moving in from the Phillipines, China, and India.

No child left behind, standardized testing, high funding, and accountability, just isn't cutting it.

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