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    Not a Good Look for Connecticut Higher Ed

    The American Interest

    Connecticut has passed a law protecting colleges against lawsuits alleging that they failed to provide students with a valuable education in exchange for their hefty tuition charges. The Wall Street Journal reports:

    Cont... https://www.the-american-interest.co...cut-higher-ed/

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    Apparently, Connecticut is realizing that many higher education institutions have abandoned quality education in favor of left-wing indoctrination, and that one day the snowflakes will melt and realize they have 6-figure student loans for learning how to be angry and protest everything.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bruce View Post
    Apparently, Connecticut is realizing that many higher education institutions have abandoned quality education in favor of left-wing indoctrination, and that one day the snowflakes will melt and realize they have 6-figure student loans for learning how to be angry and protest everything.

    Maybe they'll leave the colleges that are ripping them off and lying to them to go protest Wall Street again. Since that was such a smashing success.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bruce View Post
    Apparently, Connecticut is realizing that many higher education institutions have abandoned quality education in favor of left-wing indoctrination, and that one day the snowflakes will melt and realize they have 6-figure student loans for learning how to be angry and protest everything.

    Angry protest will be good for demanding loan forgiveness.

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    Quote Originally Posted by decimon View Post
    Angry protest will be good for demanding loan forgiveness.
    Touche.
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