This is soooo cool sounding.. kleinbl00 while I realize you're (probably, heh) not going back to school, you might find the concept interesting.
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There are eleventeen different programs like this around the world, sucking down tuition and producing joblessness. I mostly see about them when their program directors advertise for teachers in some of my trade magazines.
Ah, gotcha. So, "cool sounding", but not actually "cool." I will take this as a moment of education building, then: Is this the sort of thing you'd want to get a degree for? If that question makes sense.
I will take this as a moment of education building, then: Is this the sort of thing you'd want to get a degree for? If that question makes sense.
Answering socratically:Who would value that degree? For they are the ones that would hire you.
Who would value that degree? For they are the ones that would hire you.