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    Dinesh D'Souza: $5,000 Online College Program Would Crush Liberal Hold On Higher Education

    February 22, 2021
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    Dinesh D'Souza is proposing an alternative online university system with $5,000 yearly tuition, saying it could crush liberals' hold over higher education.

    The famed producer and author told the John Solomon Reports podcast this weekend that the new college system should be part of conservatives' effort to defeat cancel culture and censorship by building their own educational and entertainment infrastructures.

    "With regard to digital media and media generally – I mean we have to build our own platform. So I'm very much in the camp that says that at least in the short term, we need to build an alternative educational infrastructure, entertainment infrastructure, we need our own comedians, we really need the whole thing," D'Sousa said...

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    Tashia Berman

    Maybe partner with Khan Academy online. They already have college level courses in math, science, economics, arts & humanities, computer science, and more starting from early elementary school through Grad School levels. The great thing is that for adult learners if you've missed or forgotten something basic, you can go back and pick up that skill -- and it's all FREE! If we could make it for college credit, we'd be ahead of the game. I even got help in some of my calculus skills in college from there. No need to reinvent the wheel. Their teaching style -- short increments with online visual demonstrations really works well too.

    Ric Trexell

    I have been saying this for a long time. With TV's the size of my drive way, and super sharp, I would think that is the way to go. The one exception would be courses where a hands on training would be required. That could be handled by going to a training center some where a few times a week. I would not want a doctor or dentist working on me that only watched a video.


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