Distance Education

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3 Responses

  1. David Bernstein says:

    When I was in college, I saved 15K and a year of opportunity costs by graduating in three years, primarily thanks to AP classes and the like.

  2. A.J. Sutter says:

    Distance learning to get a degree won’t solve much, unless employers are willing to accept such a degree as warmly as they do a conventional one. As for entrepreneurs, in many fields they can do well enough without a degree (the extreme example being Bill Gates). Without a major shift in employers’ mentality, distance learning might benefit only those who need a degree in order to sit for some professional certification exam, and, having passed it, hang out their own shingle.

  3. A.W. says:

    Mmm, I have long said that if you have to fight for any reason to get onto the bar (e.g. discrimination issues), REPRESENT YOURSELF. you will be the best piece of evidence in your own case. The mitchell case demonstrates that. Do you think he would have won if he felt he had to hire someone else to represent him? I doubt it.