November 10, 2017

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What do authority, test scores, and achievement have in common? Journalist Lenora Chu explains that they're all part of the Chinese education system.

In a society where science and technology drive progress, should students still major in sociology or English? George Anders tells us why a “useless” liberal arts degree remains useful, especially in STEM industries.

Money can’t buy happiness, but it can pay for someone to do your chores for you. And according to Ashley Whillans, spending money to save time can make you happier, too. 

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