When higher education morphs into ideological indoctrination, expect fewer customers

Source: Disloyal Opposition
by JD Tuccille

“In the past two years, high-profile companies including Ernst & Young, Penguin Random House, and PriceWaterhouse Coopers have publicly deemphasized college degrees in their hiring processes. E&Y ‘found no evidence to conclude that previous success in higher education correlated with future success in subsequent professional qualifications undertaken.’ The other companies made similar announcements. They won’t discriminate against degree-holders, they say. But they’ll happily hire those who haven’t bothered with the time and expense of college, and train them in-house. How many other companies are making the same changes quietly?” (07/12/17)