In article <firstname.lastname@example.org>, Andrew Resnick <andy.resnick@NOSPAM.grc.nasaDOTgov> writes: >In <vjR5b.email@example.com> firstname.lastname@example.org wrote: ><snip> >>> >> I can believe this. The sad thing is, there are naive people with >> learning potential but little knowledge, who get to such places and >> believe that what they're getting is real education. > >Jumping in here, let us also acknowledge the existence of "technical >colleges" that mainly exist to get money via federal tuition grants. >These places tend to be more concerned with the applicant's ability to >obtain a Pell grant or other student loan rather than school transcripts.
Aye, true. A case of supply (of grants) generating its own demand.
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