The Keith Hanson Show #757 – The Obsolescense of Traditional Higher Education with Guest Isaac Morehouse 7/22/2020

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Wednesday, July 22, 2020; Episode No. 757: Tonight,  we discuss the obsolescence of traditional higher education with Isaac Morehouse, founder and CEO of DiscoverPraxis.com and Crash.co.

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