by Mitch Kokai
Senior Political Analyst, John Locke Foundation
Virtually every politician of every stripe agrees about the importance of education, and many push for the goal of boosting the number of students seeking ever-higher levels of education.
But Stephen Miller, assistant professor of economics at Western Carolina University, has identified at least one reason why education might be overrated: ability bias. He explained Monday evening during a Politics, Law, and Economics Lecture at Campbell University.
Click play below to watch the 48:28 presentation.