How the Search for Right Answers Destroyed Higher Education

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From an early age, we’re all conditioned to search for the right answers. After being a straight-A student in high school, I was accepted to UC-Berkeley, the number one public school in America, in 1996.

But I graduated with a 2.97 GPA and was subsequently fired from almost every job I’ve had in my professional life. On the other hand, my sister graduated with…

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