Unimaginative unoriginal douche at the Atlantic posts "question" about whether colleges should have labels! Like the nutrition labels on cereal. Because buying college is totes like buying cereal, yo!
Here's some flava:
Should each college be required to post--one-click from its homepage--externally audited consumer information for prospective students? The data might include: the percentage of freshmen that graduate in four years, the progress they make in reading and critical thinking, the employment rate and earnings for recent graduates by degree, and (as the Occupiers would approve) the actual four-year cost of school, including cash and loan financial aid, broken down by family income and assets.
He apparently wants people to weigh in on his brilliant idea, so have at it. Sporks at the ready, colleagues.