On Thu, 23 Mar 2006 05:09:17 GMT, Brian VanPelt <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>That might be so. However, everyone can enroll in a community >college, pay a fraction of the price, and then get the skills needed >to enroll in a traditional college. > >This is becoming more popular. Especially for people whose high >schools have let them down (which is a continuously growing >catastrophe)
Or they might have matured a little in the meantime, and decided to pay attention to what they were being taught. Education has always been a personal matter in the long run, between you and it. When you mature [attitude, not age] it comes more readily for some reason or another.