George Leef in Phi Beta Cons.
A good college class does not depend on having spent tons of money on all the educational trappings, and unrenowned professors can be just as competent — and often more dedicated to working with students — as those who have landed positions at prestigious institutions.
Indeed. Repeat, as repeat I must: all institutions of higher education are in competition with each other, and a clientele that is regional, or place-bound, or non-traditional (the way the world changes in a generation, there really is no tradition for the kids to inherit) deserves to be challenged in the same way that their counterparts in the supposedly high-prestige, high-concept institutions.

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