This is a Discussion Post related to the second week of 522.
Is the education marketplace broken? From your experience and perspective do you feel that money flows intelligently and effectively within education systems to fulfill the mission of learning? Many people consider that the education marketplace is broken because there are far too many political, corporate, institutional, and ideological barriers in place to allow free market forces to ‘correct’ things as they do in other marketplaces. Do you agree? If it is broken, can you suggest any ways to ‘fix’ it?
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