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  1. Great topic. Thanks for provoking thought.

    I believe that "unbundled" education (and, hopefully, open source and CC textbooks) provide the best hope to remedy the sharp gaps in educational opportunity which now exist in the USA. In the tech industry, we've already seen "unbundling", as certain professional certifications carry about as much weight as a degree.

    I agree that much of what goes on in university goes beyond the credentialing of earning a degree. Yet the increases in cost of university education here far outpaces inflation. The result is that we have regressed

    in terms of the way education can break down economic/class distinctions.

    This "university experience" which inspires such nostalgia is become a province of wealth.

    I'm intrigued by articles such as this one: http://www.harpers.org/archive/2009/09/0082640, which see modern post-secondary education as some immense conspiracy to "privilege" math and science for supposed economic corporate overlords. This kind of reductive argument seems to me to create adversaries in which either adversaries do not exist, or in which they are not correctly named. To me, the great challenge of the information era is how to disseminate information without the substantial economic and social barriers created by the traditional campus. If this challenge is satisfactorily met, then we will see the gap between rich and poor narrow.

    The U of Phoenix and other proprietary institutions show there is a market for "pretty good' virtual education. When a non-profit is created to

    offer Creative Commons textbooks and accredited education based on low-cost programs and non-traditional delivery, we'll see truly affordable education. It's a valid point you make that education requires more experience than just a classroom in a box. But that experience can be created in so many other ways, as the many intellectual but not degreed people I (and I suspect each of you) have known demonsrate every day.

    Traditional education, after all, also had its "real" degrees and its "pretty good" degrees. My aunt along with "everybody's aunt" of a particular generation went to a "business school", which was a year or two of vocational training for folks consigned by gender discrimination to a narow band of jobs. What if the vocational school were not such a prison, but a liberation for even the poorest students to get a workable vocational training? To take a less extreme example, McGill is one thing, and a rural university is another, as with similar examples here. Bundling closed the door on some kids' educational opportunities, but I am not sure it prevented the existence of "pretty good" college rather than "real" university.

    I see this as step one in creating a broader educated population, and not

    a negative thing at all.

  2. cathi great to listen to this stuff- when are we going to riff at carolines?? I have some good ideas building up- I loved rue and sasha

    remember the female version of bob and doug mackenzie

  3. his name is ROO! and we loved meeting you too! we will swill and record once back from roma! which is early nov. best to you and laurie

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