The Biggest Lie My Father Told Me: A College Education Matters

An interesting note on generational change…

“As a child, my father taught me a lot of great things. He taught me the value of hard work. He taught me the love of Baseball. He taught me that I must be responsible for my actions. He taught me that being honest is a virtue that will get you places.

My dad lied to me about one thing. Now, I must say that he did not mean to lie to me. His intentions were good. In his defense, my father is not the only person that told their son or daughter this statement. An entire generation was told that a college education is a very important thing for a person to have, and it is essential to financial success.

That is the lie. It is a complex lie with multiple layers of assumptions and beliefs that on the surface are true, but under closer examination are false…

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