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Old 09-09-2006, 12:33 PM   #5
Steve Rindsberg
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>>What do you think? Can high school students who use the Internet and almost no books, succeed in today's colleges and universities?

The cynic in me says yes, because the colleges and universities, many of them, will adjust themselves to the level of the students. How long could they last if they flunked out 80% of each incoming class?

The other bit in me tells the cynic to shut up and stop being so archetypically grouchy old fart.

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