Expert predicts 25% of colleges will fail in the next 20 years

Published on Aug 31, 2019

For millions of students, Labor Day weekend marks the end of summer vacation and the start of another school year. But for the first time in 185 years, there will be no fall semester at Green Mountain College in western Vermont. The school fell victim to trends in higher education that could soon impact hundreds of other schools. One expert predicts that 25% of colleges will fail in the next 20 years. Brook Silva-Braga reports

13 thoughts on “Expert predicts 25% of colleges will fail in the next 20 years

  1. Who the hell can afford college these days anyway? Besides that, the garbage being taught, fk that noise, just listen to Henry’s damn show for 4 years, thats all the education you’ll ever need.

    With all the corruption in these damn places, the kids parents are paying off the educators to pass these spoiled rotten kids, they really arent learning a damn thing.

  2. Hopefully SJW central, aka “Evergreen State” is one of them…and any other so-called “college” that allows the takeover by communists, socialists, Christian Zionists, racist “minorities” that hate whites and hate truth, and the rulers of these all,Talmudic Jews aka the Syn of Sat.

  3. I know the schools are corrupt, from pre-school to graduate programs, a communist mess. But I want them to be restored to what academia was originally for: learning and expansion. The social engineering of the last few years has been about discouraging college. Some claim money reasons; others say there won’t be enough white-collar jobs. But I see this as an attack on our freedom to study what we will, and to have access to the greatest minds in any field we might be interested in. I also see it as a fast-track to a 3rd-world reality. Why should we leave the leadership, whether in the arts or sciences, in the hands of others when we and our progeny have every right to excel and be leaders?

    I know that right now there is nothing more important than the fight, but along side it is preserving everything that makes life a wonderful journey. Perhaps we don’t need institutions for this, but students can always benefit from seasoned teachers, teachers who light a fire for learning and are not beholdin’ to status quo. I want my grand-kids to go to college, but I hope by the time they’re old enough we will have driven away the commie agenda.

    Yes, the schools need a deep purging, but to me, the discouraging of higher education is a suppression of greatness, even a suppression of any mind that might aspire to innovation and breakthrough. Who knows if one of our kids might make the next great discovery that helps us fly.


    1. Galen,
      Once the unlawful 14th Amendment is removed and all riches returned to those they belong to, the American nationals, all schools would be private. And as they would be being paid for quite generously by we the nationals by our own individual hands, we would have the best options and the schools would be run to our liking or we would not do business with them. That is if they wanted our wealth, they would give our children the best education as we declare.

        1. See what I mean Galen? Your grandkids just learned lesson #1, we the people decide, not some Joo ass globalist bitch!

          1. If you ever meet any of the Shivleys sons, you will soon understand you have nothing to worry about.

          2. I know I’ve said it before, but sometimes I just don’t know how the conversation goes where it goes. Life of its own, I guess. Anyhow, I’ll just throw in this Peanuts quote on school:

            “No one is going to give you the education you need to overthrow them.”
            — Charlie Brown



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