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Posted March 19, 2017 11:33 am by WirePoints Comments (1)
Comment: They’re not mentioned specifically here, but the University of Chicago is clearly the outlier in this data. As for Northwestern, well….
Profit wise these colleges clean up. It costs only a teacher and a classroom to stand up humanities classes. Whereas standing up a class in electronics, medicine, physics, etc. Costs much more in equipment, labs, etc. Most of these cheap classes devolve into echo chambers for snowflakes. Whereas a STEM class is focused on goals and skills and the cost of not wasting the semester on arguments over what bathroom to use.
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