Is There A Viable Alternative To College?by JEFFREY A. TUCKER
Jul. 18, 2013
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During a recent conference, a man around 50 pulled me over to the side. He said he had a serious question to ask me about his daughterís education. I said ďof course,Ē but I already suspected what the question was, because Iíve been asked it a hundred times.
ďIím preparing to spend some $100,000-plus on my daughterís college education, and thatís despite loans and scholarships. Itís a major financial strain. I want her to succeed, but my fear is that the cost is not worth it. What do you think?Ē