speedofthepuma wrote:What? Of course you'd have to pay for it in both places. The point is the attitude this shows. If people actually believe they can actually can change career and do something like become a doctor when they're middle aged, then you get the accompanying infrastucture (more courses open to adults, more funding options, more information available on how to do them). The states have many problems in their higher education system, but they genuinely have a can-do culture that we lack, and that kind of thinking is essential for adult education.
Edited by MightyMouse at 12:52:17 20-01-2013
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