A couple of observations.
On our recent vacation we drove by several churches. Along the way we noticed that several Lutheran churches were advertising Monday night worship services.
Why? We never stopped to find out. However, I'm wondering why?
This past week, Marvin Olasky, wrote an article, "Class without rooms." In his article, Olasky suggests that because of technology and changes in expectations, in the future, college may be $99 a month, instead of the great cost now associated with college. This projection follows along previous lines of other entities that have become commodities: Computers, DVD players, Books, Music, Food, Medicine, etc.
But in this projection there is a serious question, one which goes unasked, can/should education be a commodity? What will this road look like?