I'm ending my seminar class on The Case Against Education with a game. Students earn participation credit by volunteering to take a random Ideological Turing Test. How it works:First, roll a d20 (20-sided die) to determine the topic:1. What was school like for you personally? 2. Why does so much education seem to irrelevant in the real world? 3. "Locked-in Syndrome" 4. Transfer of Learning 5. Ability Bias 6. IQ testing, U.S. law, and the labor market 7. The sheepskin effect 8. Malemployment 9. Employer learning 10. Human capital, signaling, and ability bias: What's the correct breakdown? 11. What's the selfish return to education? 12. What's the social return to education? 13. What's the best
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