A college degree does not signal relevant job skills for employers.
College’s rigid learning path limits creativity and distracts students from pursuing new opportunities for ~4 years.
Students are pigeonholed into picking a major and sticking with it which limits many from figuring out their dream profession.
Teachers are forced to teach when many would prefer to do just research. This results in students receiving a below optimal educational experience.
College lectures to individuals. It is not conducive to critical, independent thinking which is essential for individuals to not be mislead by inaccurate information. individuals to be an employee (ex: think inside the box, ignore creativity, do not question the status quo, follow instructions and conventional wisdom).
Opportunity cost: 16 million individuals a year in the US pay to learn theory that may never be useful when they could learn by working on real world problems that provide useful value to society.
Finding a cofounder you work well with takes time and the commitment for both individuals to drop what they are currently doing. To know you work well with one another you need to actually work with one another which takes time. During and after college, the chances that both of you can drop what you are doing to start a company is low, opportunity cost and risk are both increase the older one gets. It is important to have a cofounder for many reasons, including that over 80% of unicorns had a cofounder [