THEY WANT TO TEACH FROM HOME!! BUT THAT’S NOT WHAT THE CUSTOMER IS PAYING FOR.
Heidi Li Feldman on Twitter: “Any institution asking people to sign something like this is making it clear that it knows how dangerous it will be for people to be on campus, is inviting them anyway, and trying to duck accountability.”
All faculty, students, staff @GeorgeMasonU are required to take a COVID training and sign this acknowledgement of risk before returning to campus. Unclear what will happen if you don’t sign.
FOREIGN STUDENTS AT COLLEGE ARE PAYING FULL PRICE FOR EVERYTHING!!!
ICE says international students whose universities move to online-only this fall must transfer or leave the US
As colleges debate how to safely reopen during the COVID-19 pandemic, Immigration and Customs Enforcement gave foreign students an ultimatum on Monday: transfer to a school with in-person classes or depart the country.
This is bad. ICE just told students here on student visas that if their school is going online-only this fall, the students must depart the United States and cannot remain through the fall semester.Under the rule ICE announced today, schools like Harvard wouldn’t lose tuition from students forced to leave the United States. Students could “attend” classes virtually—in their home country. But if the choice is stay at Harvard or leave the US… many will choose to transfer.https://twitter.com/i/events/1280222212637593600 https://twitter.com/ReichlinMelnick/status/1280207487573069827
@whet – And don’t forget this part:
” In effect, every American worker in the bottom 90 percent of the income distribution is sending an annual check for $12,000 to a richer person in the top 10 percent.”
THEY ARE SELLING A BRAND NOT AN EDUCATION
IF MONEY IS NO OBJECT GO TO COLLEGE IT’S JUST AN ELITE FININSHING SCHOOL
Published on May 25, 2020
If you’re on a waiting list for an elite top tier university, you might be getting a call this year. That’s the prediction from NYU professor Scott Galloway. He’s the host of a new show on Vice called “No Mercy, No Malice,” which pulls back the curtain on the decisions and players driving America’s economy.