David Karpf: UVA Board’s Lazy Business Sense

A modern-day Good Will Hunting might gain his education through MIT’s online lectures rather than a Boston public library card, but the great mass of privileged 18-year-olds will keep heading off to college. Neither the University of Phoenix nor MIT’s online courses offer a replacement for the college experience that students are currently paying for. And competition does not equal disruption.

David Karpf: UVA Board’s Lazy Business Sense

Author: David Williams

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