Category Archives: Education

The Power of Education – Part II

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The Power of Education – Part I

BPR Quote of the Day:

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Ignorance Is Bliss (and Dangerous)

BPR Quote of the Day: Brecht, 1898-1956, was an influential German poet and playwright.

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Republican Utopia

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What You Don’t Know Can’t Hurt You

BPR Quote of the Day Noam Chomsky

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Global Corporations Aren’t American People, My Friend

BIG BUSINESS HAS BECOME DISCONNECTED FROM THE WELL-BEING OF MOST AMERICANS By Robert Reich/robertreich.org/ July 18, 2012 President Obama is slamming Mitt Romney for heading companies that were “pioneers in outsourcing U.S. jobs,” while Romney is accusing Obama of being … Continue reading

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Indentured Students

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Good Question

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From Womb to Tomb Without Any Help

BPR Quote of the Day “America: A country in which it has gotten too expensive to go to college, which is the only way to qualify for a decent job, which you need to get health care, which you need … Continue reading

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Student Debt: “Growing at a Remarkable Rate”

Student Debt in the U.S. Continues to Blow Up by Philip Pilkington/ Naked Capitalism/ March 9, 2012 Perhaps the most obvious indicator that the US has become a society of debtors is the ever-expanding market for student loans. Recently clocked … Continue reading

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