I find this as not much shocking. Because college costs have gotten way out of control. People are having to pay back massive loans only to get that piece of paper so employers will hire them. This has got to change!
For millions of students, Labor Day weekend marks the end of summer vacation and the start of another school year. But for the first time in 185 years, there will be no fall semester at Green Mountain College in western Vermont. The school fell victim to trends in higher education that could soon impact hundreds of other schools. One expert predicts that 25% of colleges will fail in the next 20 years. Brook Silva-Braga reports.
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