The millions of college students walking across graduation stages this month will face brighter job prospects than others in recent years, with employers reporting a 10 percent increase in hires over 2014. But even with this positive momentum, most organizations still lack confidence in graduates’ readiness for those jobs. One reason: Despite a century of…View article
In recent months some of the leading economic minds in the country have declared that when it comes to explaining rising inequality, education doesn’t matter. Larry Summers, former Treasury secretary and former president of Harvard, said at the National Press Club in February that it’s an “evasion” to suggest education and training as a solution…View article
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker (R) is the latest in a string of high-profile policymakers and employers who have questioned whether a college education is vital to success in America. This conversation is certainly worth having, but it’s only going to work if we start to come to grips with the fact that “college” is a…View article
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