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As higher education undergoes dramatic changes thanks to the coronavirus, reformers should aim higher than expanding online education.
As higher education undergoes dramatic changes thanks to the coronavirus, reformers should aim higher than expanding online education.
 
Recently, presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden announced that he was in favor of a plan to make college education free–for most students at public institutions anyway.
Recently, presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden announced that he was in favor of a plan to make college education free–for most students at public institutions anyway.
 
In last year's campaign for the presidency, Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders tried to attract votes with promises of free college. In the British elections earlier this year, one reason for the Labour Party's surge was its pledge to do more to help students afford college
In last year's campaign for the presidency, Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders tried to attract votes with promises of free college. In the British elections earlier this year, one reason for the Labour Party's surge was its pledge to do more to help students afford college
 
Steve Jones explains how high school students in Beaufort, Hyde, Washington and Tyrrell counties can earn college credit or even a college degree through the Career and College Promise or Early College High School programs.
Steve Jones explains how high school students in Beaufort, Hyde, Washington and Tyrrell counties can earn college credit or even a college degree through the Career and College Promise or Early College High School programs.
 
Perhaps you have noticed that many jobs requiring only basic skills and a cooperative attitude are now walled off to Americans who don't possess a college degree.
Perhaps you have noticed that many jobs requiring only basic skills and a cooperative attitude are now walled off to Americans who don't possess a college degree.
 
A persistent question about American higher education is what explains the apparent increase in demand for workers who have college credentials. It could be due to rising skill requirements for jobs, implying that the economy needs a larger number of people who have been through college...
A persistent question about American higher education is what explains the apparent increase in demand for workers who have college credentials. It could be due to rising skill requirements for jobs, implying that the economy needs a larger number of people who have been through college...
 
Every time a new study comes out regarding the "payoff" from college, I wonder: Will this finally be the one that takes note of widespread underemployment among recent grads and comprehends the impact of credential inflation?
Every time a new study comes out regarding the "payoff" from college, I wonder: Will this finally be the one that takes note of widespread underemployment among recent grads and comprehends the impact of credential inflation?
 
Hardly a day goes by without the publication of articles on the plight of recent college graduates. Large numbers are either unemployed or employed in jobs that don't call for any academic preparation. Many are struggling with the burden of their college loans.
Hardly a day goes by without the publication of articles on the plight of recent college graduates. Large numbers are either unemployed or employed in jobs that don't call for any academic preparation. Many are struggling with the burden of their college loans.
 
Higher education is not on a sustainable path. Underlying business models are crumbling, costs are spiraling, and there is for the first time significant doubt in the minds of parents and employers about the value of a college degree.
Higher education is not on a sustainable path. Underlying business models are crumbling, costs are spiraling, and there is for the first time significant doubt in the minds of parents and employers about the value of a college degree.
 
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