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Ben Nelson, founder of the Minerva Project

Higher education prides itself on equipping its seekers with the tools to optimally navigate reality and, at the very least, to tell fact from fiction. But what if this narrative in itself is a myth – an expensive, self-serving and highly ineffective myth? To discuss this, Oksana is joined by Ben Nelson, founder of the Minerva Project, who is taking on the Ivy League universities and arguing that they don't teach what they're supposed to teach, and charge too much for it.

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