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"GRADUATE education is the Detroit of higher learning. Most graduate programs in American universities produce a product for which there is no market (candidates for teaching positions that do not exist) and develop skills for which there is diminishing demand (research in subfields within subfields and publication in journals read by no one other than a few like-minded colleagues), all at a rapi
"Event based learning—replacing half or more of classes with mass workshop events (whether face to face or web, I think face to face is doable cheaply)—if woven with web interactive coaching sessions among students and among students with professors—make make a balanced delivery system. I imagine sites for classes, parties, speeches face to face in six cities, with faculty on-line available inter
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