In this MarketWatch op-ed, CEW’s Anthony Carnevale, Jeff Strohl, and Peter Schmidt draw on their new book, “The Merit Myth,” to advocate policy changes that will make room for more low-income students at the country’s top colleges.
Kevin Mahnken writes for The 74 Million about how the coronavirus pandemic has devastated the workers with the least education. Mahnken quotes CEW Chief Economist Nicole Smith about the effects the pandemic will have on this year’s college graduates.
Liz Wellen writes for the Hechinger Report about the challenges that students who are also parents face amid the coronavirus pandemic. Wellen quotes CEW Chief Economist Nicole Smith.
In this Inside Higher Ed article, Emma Whitford discusses how the pandemic is affecting workers and industries based on a survey from the Strada Education Network. Whitford quotes CEW Chief Economist Nicole Smith on how interconnected the labor market is.
In this Real Clear Education article, Andrew Gillen breaks down the debate over the value of a college degree. Gillen mentions CEW Director Anthony Carnevale.