wayne conlan <wayne.conlan at nrc.ca> wrote:
> most North Americans pay a small fortune for their post-secondary
> education, and so perhaps feel more entitiled to some form of pay-back
> than you think they deserve.
I realise (realize?) this, but I do not think this means they are or
should be guaranteed a return. To paraphrase what we are always being
reminded about stock market investments: the value of higher degrees can
go down as well as up.