One message is delivered relentlessly in American education:
Everyone should go to college. And then there¹s Charles Murray¹s
message: Few people either need, or are able to handle, the
rigorous liberal-arts training that college is supposed to provide.
But this isn¹t a death sentence for those who are not academically
inclined. Opportunities to enter well-paying professions and lead
good lives abound for these people, and the sooner that¹s
recognized, the sooner everyone can get the education they need.