|Clinton warns Indian Ed Minister Kapil Sibal: "It doesn't add up. It doesn't make a difference."|
"I think we have to be very thoughtful about how to make the most of these efforts, because, to be very frank, some of what passes for distance learning and computerised instructions is really bogus," Clinton said in her address to the opening session of India-US Higher Education Dialogue.As you might expect, Hillary then goes on to tout the billions of dollars worth of distance learning programs now deluging American schools and universities. None of those high-profit U.S. corporate-owned programs of course, would fall under her definition of bogus.
India, by the way, has more math and science graduates that does the U.S. and Canada. Is Hillary carrying the white man's burden?