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Is culinary school worth it?

In-house experience stacks up against expensive cooking degrees for Green Bay chefs

11:30 AM, Jul. 31, 2013
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Republic Chophouse's Irish marinated New York stri...: Restaurant Week preview: Republic Chophouse chef Jack Woznicka prepares an Irish marinated New York strip steak. (Posted June 24, 2013)
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In April, some 90 students walked out of classes at the Culinary Institute of America's Hyde Park branch in New York state, citing weakening academic standards and massive debt accrual as reasons for the protest.

The CIA is one of the most prestigious culinary institutions in the country - and its students pay for the degree to the tune of about $50,000 for two years or $100,000 for four. But is it worth it? The protesters said, not really, but not just because of the cost.

The New York Timesreported that since the 1990s, the CIA had a requirement of anywhere from three months to a year of real-life ...

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