Colleges are beaches. People are walking and picking up degrees like seashells. As we hand out more and more degrees, each degree becomes less and less valuable. I’m amazed no one has pointed this out.
A traditional college education—and the thousands of dollars in student debt—may not be for everyone. Thiel Fellow and education disruptor Dale Stephens takes a look at one teen who decided to forgo university and move to France.
Quitting college at 18 to move to Silicon Valley and pursue your startup is the stuff of Hollywood dreams. Here, the first in a series of blog entries for Fast Company by the inaugural class of Thiel Fellows.