Month: April 2015

A Simple and Appropriate Value-Added Measurement of Colleges’ Economic Benefit

The news talks all the time about our national problem of student debt, and the problems with the cost of colleges.   To solve this, there is a need for a simple measurement that is “objective” (or at least properly contextualized) that can be used determine whether a college (or program within a college) is likely a worthwhile economic investment.

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