This Wednesday, September 29, 2010, over one thousand students from private sector colleges and universities will converge on Capitol Hill to demand that Washington allow them to make their own educational choices.
Students will be rallying to set the record straight about the value of private-sector education.
People will apparently meet at 10:30 in the morning on the southwest corner of the Capital grounds. These
Astroturf grassroots activists will apparently be joined by Dawn Connor, the president of Students for Academic Choice.
Connor is apparently very eager ensure that the federal government doesn’t take away her “right” to pay almost $45,000 in government-backed money to earn a two-year associate degree in veterinary technology. [Image via]
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