“EXPERIENCE IS A GOOD SCHOOL. BUT THE FEES ARE HIGH”

Heinrich Heine said that when fees to attend Harvard in the mid-1800s were $250 and not the $48,000 they are today. He didn’t mean that kind of school, of course, though in America the cost of getting educated is as high as the cost of getting sick. But for everyone who’s experienced the pandemic, the fees range from stiff to deadly.