After reading through this summary of a panel on university business models - and talk of MOOCs and bundling and other discussion focused on education, you encounter this comment from a Wall Street recruiter on the business value of recruiting at Harvard that undermines this whole discussion: "there is nothing they learn at the Harvard Business School that is any value to our company, but a lot of very bright people apply. We love their screening mechanism. We like that this is face-to-face. We’d lock them into the gymnasium for two years and let them develop the contacts, the rolodex, the connections, unlock the door." In order to create equity in education, it is this that needs to be addressed, not whatever is produced by teaching machines or open educational content.