Business Free Education
Q: I stumbled across this web site the other day and am really impressed.
It offers dozens of free online courses. So far I've found several
business courses like accounting and bookkeeping, finance, etc, various
college-level humanities courses, science courses, and various
IT/computer courses. Most of the courses are listed under the "general
course catalog", while the computer stuff is listed under "IT courses".
The web site even offers a free GED course. I'm just starting the
accounting course. I have no connection with the site and they don't
offer anything for sale. Some of the courses require a brief
A:I see that they do not offer a diploma or certificate for completion of their courses. But, it might be an inexpensive way to garner more knowledge about different subjects. In Cuba, education and health care are "free". You just have to tip your hat to these folk, who are able to create something out of nothing. I noticed that here in my county, Miami-Dade, primary and secondary education are also "free", you know, like in Cuba: people don't have to pay for the stuff; every child has guarnateed access to it. Now, in Cuba, they say it is "free". Damn, how do they do it? See, here in Miami-Dade, the local politicos have not been able to figure this thing out. The s.o.b.'s send me a property tax bill every year which has an entry for the School Board. If I don't pay it, they take the property away. Unlike in Cuba, where it is truly FREE (I don't think they send people property tax bills there), these folk just lie to us: They say primary and secondary education is "free", yet they send us a tax bill to pay for it. The ugliest aspect of this scam is that lots of poeple, like me, don't even have a kid who goes to these "free" schools. I suspect the same sort of think happens in Cuba with "free" health care: the government just pulls it out of a hat.
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