Michael Quinion in today's World Wide Words mentions a science-fiction story from decades ago "which predicted that at some unspecified future date all college tuition would be by a form of networked television, with the best teachers becoming the well-paid equivalent of film stars". He doesn't remember the title or author. Do you, dear aiqus?

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