Let's say, for the sake of argument, that a university, hard-pressed for cash and students, decided to hire "coaches" to help more than 4,000 freshmen meet with success.
And let's say that in their wisdom, the university president and trustees hired a Cleveland company that just started up for the task.
And let's say that the coaches will fill in for student success faculty who had already been doing the job but were laid off in the school's crackdown on debts.
And let's say that even the company bosses conceded that their outfit had no experience in the role that they will be assigned.
And let's say the university folks have had a helluva time explaining why they chose the company named, oh... Trust Navigator, to do the work...for $840,000!
Would such fiction be too much for you to swallow, even as a joke?
Sorry, it isn't fiction. Trust me. I couldn't make it up