Ralph, I read that story about the college bubble bursting and had a suspicion by the way it was written that it was a biased approach. When I read the language in the sentence of "a major bankruptcy at a college in Georgia" I have I question the value of the article. Georgia Perimeter College is a two year school with an endowment that peaked at a level only about 15% higher than a house in Atlanta that I just went under contract on and my name ain't Goizeta, Candler or Cox.
I have problems with the higher education system, think the language used by politicians is eerily similar to the "American dream" talk about home ownership that is the smoke and mirrors fraud that politicians have been playing with the public since the development of Levittown and think ultimately judge Smails advice to Danny Noonan will seem sage rather than a joke. That being said, there's got to be a better piece supporting your thesis than the one posted above.