Should Everybody Go To College?

on Wednesday, Mar. 2nd

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Libya’s ablaze

The Arab world’s in revolt

Wisconsin’s in turmoil

Unemployment’s still sky-high

The world, the future, looks so up for grabs

Meanwhile, a new, young generation of Americans is trying to figure out what to do with their lives — where to aim their careers

The big strong message to high school students has been “go to college

But is that really the answer? Should everybody go? A new report says no

It says we need to develop much stronger, prouder paths in vocational education

This hour On Point: Questioning “college for all” calling for something new

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