Rep. Warren Davidson sees challenges and opportunities in American education. He tells Campus Reform that Americans should end the stigma against those who choose an apprenticeship or technical training program rather than a traditional four-year college.
Davidson spoke out against the assumption that a four-year college is the right choice for every student. He said, “That’s been ingrained now for probably a couple generations at least, and even socially, people put a stigma on, ‘Oh well you didn’t go to college,’ and you know, culturally, we have to end that.” He continued, “We should respect people that decide to be plumbers, electricians, you know, brick masons, all these skilled trades require real mastery to do it well.”
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