Over at Ethics Alarms, Jack Marshall writes:
Most of all, I do not understand the persistence of the myth that a college education can, does, or should qualify a graduate for good job, when it appears that a large percentage of students, if not a majority, leave the campus unable to write, think, or name the men on Mount Rushmore.
Mount Rushmore? That’s old media…
Seriously, though, in the context of qualifying for a job, what does knowing the faces on Mount Rushmore have to do with anything? Still, Marshall’s got a point about the mixed-up priorities of some universities. Read the whole thing.