Most of us went to school. The path is similar for the majority of those in the U.S. and abroad: grade school, high school, some university-level course work. Some of us even go on to complete graduate school. If you are reading this article, you probably finished high school and collegeyou likely even completed an advanced degree from a respected university. School was okay for you. It got you a degree and a profession. It did what it was supposed to do. So why would someone want to change schools? In the U.S., we've all accepted a formulaic method…
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