The other day, this new York University School of Medicine became the next school that is medical the world to be completely tuition-free. Dr. Robert Grossman, dean associated with school that is medical cited young doctors’ “crushing debt” as an impetus for the move. You can think that doctors, making use of their gigantic salaries, are immune to student debt worries, but Dr. Grossman’s announcement made official what many medical school pupils have traditionally understood: The crisis of investing in education has finally swept up because of the one per cent.
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