In this University Business article, Matt Zalaznick writes about the Scaling Partners Network’s efforts to improve transfer credit policies. Zalaznick quotes CEW Director Anthony P. Carnevale about the importance of building pathways for students from high school to college.
In this Times Higher Education article, Paul Basken writes about what role a Biden presidential administration could play in addressing major challenges in higher education. Basken cites the recent CEW report “The Dollars and Sense of Free College” and quotes CEW Director Anthony P. Carnevale.
Whizy Kim writes for Refinery29 about the gender pay gap, citing the CEW report “Women Can’t Win.”
In this US News & World Report article, Josh Moody writes about associate’s degrees, certificates, and apprenticeships that are good alternatives to a four-year college degree. Moody cites the CEW report “The Overlooked Value of Certificates and Associate’s Degrees.”
Erica Pandey writes for Axios about how the recession is pushing workers to change their careers—and they challenges they face in doing so. Pandey quotes CEW Director Anthony P. Carnevale about the significant pay cut that workers face when they switch careers.
The Boston Globe editorial board writes about the starkly different visions that the two presidential candidates have for higher education. The editorial board quotes CEW Director Anthony P. Carnevale about the changes to come after the election.
Natalie Schwartz writes for Education Dive about the future of free college if Joe Biden is elected president. Schwartz cites the recent CEW report, “The Dollars and Sense of Free College,” and quotes CEW Director Anthony P. Carnevale about the cost of Biden’s plan.
CEW Director Anthony P. Carnevale writes in this Inside Higher Ed op-ed about the role that American colleges and universities play in safeguarding against authoritarianism, citing the recent CEW report, “The Role of Education in Taming Authoritarian Attitudes.”
In this Construction Dive article, Zachary Phillips writes about jobs that pay well for workers without a college degree. Phillips cites the CEW report, “The Overlooked Value of Certificates and Associate’s Degrees.”
Paul Davidson writes for USA Today about how workers who have lost their jobs amid the pandemic are acquiring new skills and changing their careers. Davidson quotes CEW Director Anthony P. Carnevale about why the pandemic has affected workers in services in particular.