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Older Students Are Better Students



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It has been said that youth is wasted on the young, and that may also apply to education. So argues Professor Jeffrey Anderson in a Pope Center piece, suggesting that colleges shouldn’t accept students under the age of 25.

Of course, he doesn’t really think we should prevent younger people from pursuing college-level education, but he’s making the point that many students lack the maturity right out of high school to derive much benefit from what college has to offer academically. 



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