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October 23, 2009

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What's the point of financial literacy education for people who are bankrupt because of necessary medical expenses? Or for people who got suckered into corrupt and useless degrees from diploma mills?

"In the future, I'll avoid getting cancer, and that will prevent future financial disasters?"

"In the future, I won't necessarily believe that a licensed and accredited educational institution is actually legit?"

Of course, we could always have decent health and education policy. But that's not bloody likely is it?

Jeff Feroce

"What's the point of financial literacy education for people who are bankrupt because of necessary medical expenses? Or for people who got suckered into corrupt and useless degrees from diploma mills?"

Easy: Borrower-rights.

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