Twenty years ago, college was pushed by government, schools and communities as "a way out" of poor communities, a bridge for the middle class to the upper class, or simply a place to meet a promising mate. Were these assessments accurate? Are college students better off than those who didn't go to college? Is college overrated? Does graduating from college pave the road to success? Husband and Wife team explore this issue in a casual dialogue.
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