Increasing college completion rates is one of the surest ways to secure individual opportunity and a stable national economy.
Making college more affordable is an admirable goal. But the Obama administration’s “geyser of unintended consequences” is something we can’t afford to ignore, as former U.S. senator and governor of Nebraska Bob Kerrey and president of Leeds Equity Partners Jeffrey T.
It seems like everyone is talking about whether or not college is really worth the monetary investment. While the majority of Americans conclude that, yes, ultimately a college degree leads to more prosperous, engaged, and healthy lives, doubts are on the rise.
Anthony Carnevale and his team at Georgetown University’s Center on Education and Workforce have released a report that analyzes labor market trends for both younger and older adults.
Yesterday, President Obama outlined a new proposal for reforming our nation’s higher education system and for making college more affo
As we prepare to light up our sparklers, fire up the grill, and celebrate the nation’s birthday, the Senate hung up its party hat on student loans and headed home. The July recess has begun and we are left without any long-term solutions for the student loan interest rate debacle.