Leon Wieseltier is the literary editor of The New Republic. If you do not read him regularly you should. Sometimes Wieseltier will make you angry, but he will always make you think.
In the December 31 issue of the magazine he extolls the virtue of a college education while at the same time attacking the “uncollege” movement. Led by author Dale J. Stephens,
the leaders of this movement are telling promising young high school
students to avoid college and pursue lives of entrepreneurship a’ la
Jobs, Gates, and Zuckerberg. Here is a taste of Wieseltier’s column:
Read the rest here.