College is for children because it prolongs childhood. American universities have a huge party culture. Students drink alcohol, do drugs, and “party” constantly. While this may seem fun, the party culture delays adulthood. In college, students avoid responsibility and remain passive. They wait to be told what to read and what to learn. By the time they graduate at age 22 , they are still passive children. Even at this age, many struggle to make their own decisions.
But it doesn’t have to be this way. By delaying college, students gain confidence and real world experience. When they return to college years later, they are confident determined adults. This is a faster way to achieve greater success.
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