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Thinking Outside the Education Box

Milt37 Wrote: Apr 15, 2013 1:20 PM
When you're studying hard engineering, science, or math, it's all the same. It doesn't really matter how many times a liberal political science proffersor goes on MSNBC. As far as night classes, I'm not a big supporter of that. Over 35 yrs., I've had people working with me that tried to finish their engineering degrees at night, and it's rare when it works out. Usually, the pressure of work and family come in and crushes that effort. But that doesn't mean that someone without a degree, but a willingness to continually learn, can't become pretty successful, once they know the goals.

I recently stumbled upon a Facebook post Sarah Palin had written while reflecting upon her daughter Willow's graduation from an academy that specializes in hair and skin. In it, she said the following:

"Young people should not be pressured into assuming that a college degree is the only path to employment today. It’s not. Some college degrees obviously lead to clear professions, like those in the medical and engineering fields, but that’s not the case with many of the liberal arts degrees young people today gravitate toward either because they aren’t sure what they want to do after college or...