ITT was probably not worth it for me, but I must say, when I was going to ITT my Linux teacher was very good at what he did and taught me a lot. He was also one of the math teachers, and really let me stretch out and explore (I was lapping my classmates by lightyears in math, and the teacher is a published mathematician.)
I fucking hate everything about the economics class though. That teacher had an obvious agenda he flogged constantly, and wouldn't stop talking about his pet theories about deficit spending. It was a micro-econ class and he just wouldn't shut up about public choice theory either.
It was very expensive, compared with Community College, and I of course don't have an accredited degree, so it's worthless if I want to go back to real college.
It was all during a terribad time in my life. Why do we force teenageers to go to college where they usually can't do anything but fuck up? You look at the rates of graduation for older students compared with the people who go straight from high school to college, and you can see that what would be best is to give kids out of high school a chance to live in the real world for a while, then decide whether they want to go to college at all.
The only motivating factor for me was that without some kind, any kind, of degree, I'm basically unemployable.
Fuck that noise.