Nov. 11, 2011
I have read several more education articles in the past couple days. Each is worth a look and some consideration:
The first, a news story in the Washington Times, discusses the latest installment of [President Obamas] we cant wait campaign against Congress in which the president issued new executive orders dealing with the Head Start program;
The second article by Michael G. Morris, CEO of American Electric Power, makes note of a looming worker shortage needed to fill millions of skilled jobs being vacated by retiring baby boomers that, in many cases, might not require debt-inflicting college degrees;
Finally, Michael Barone has a thought-provoking column about student debt and an Occupy Wall Street protester who acquired $35,000 in debt to study puppetry. Yes, puppetry. Barone defends his choice and considers him to be something of an entrepreneur. Read it.