This alone should lead us to ask, why are we listening to this guy?
And his recommendation for improvement makes even less sense.
"You would be best served by having a very clear picture of where the job opportunities are for the graduates of the future."
This would work great if we had a centrally planned economy in which we knew, now, where those jobs would be in a generation.
But his beloved private corporate sector has no idea where those jobs in the future will be, as evident by the 14% unemployment rate they've brought us.
What we need are educated citizens who can adapt to a changing world, which means they need a wide variety of skills and open minds about what they'll learn in the future, after college.
Thats precisely why college education is about building a broad base for the future. If we have a population trained in one technique or one ideology; when the economy and the world changes, we won't be able to adapt.
Bruce James has one ideology and the current situation in Nevada shows us its failed.
Those with a broad mind who are open to the future are the ones we should be listening to, not ones who think their one, failed idea will solve everything.