Would you start saving money for college tuition, or for printing the genome of your offspring?

From Stanford’s Final Exams Pose Question About the Ethics of Genetic Engineering | Futurism

When bioengineering students sit down to take their final exams for Stanford University, they are faced with a moral dilemma, as well as a series of grueling technical questions that are designed to sort the intellectual wheat from the less competent chaff: “If you and your future partner are planning to have kids, would you start saving money for college tuition, or for printing the genome of your offspring?”

The question is a follow up to “At what point will the cost of printing DNA to create a human equal the cost of teaching a student in Stanford?”

I’d love to see the breakdown by gender, ethnicity, etc. and how the answers evolve year over year.