This article by M.J. Anderson in the Boston Globe quotes CEW Director Anthony Carnevale and analyzes CEW Report “The Merit Myth” to illustrate how institutions of higher education often foster a self-perpetuating elite, despite the fact that they are intended to be tools to upward economic mobility.
This article from The 74 references data from CEW report “If Not Now, When?” to map out all the pressing issues to the world of education.
This article from Ed Surge by Stephen J Handle and Eileen L Strample uses the CEW report “The College Payoff” to compare median lifetime earnings for bachelor’s degree holders vs non bachelor’s degree holders, highlighting college education as a crucial tool in an individual’s trajectory to the middle class.
This article from CNBC by Jessica Dickler quotes CEW Director Anthony Carnevale and references CEW report “The College Payoff” to emphasize that while more education does not always mean more money, the safest strategy is to stay in school.
This article from The 74 by Richard Whitemire cites the CEW report “The Unequal Race to Good Jobs” to highlight how Black and Latino students are not as likely to obtain good jobs as equally educated White workers.
Check out this article from International Higher Education written by the CEW Director Anthony Carnevale, examining educational disparities that have only been heightened by the coronavirus pandemic.
This article from University Business by Chris Burt references the CEW report “The College Payoff” to emphasize that beyond level of education, race, gender, and field of studies can have significant power in determining future wealth.
This article from MarketWatch by Howard Gold notes how drug overdoses and death rates are lower for bachelor’s degree holders as opposed to those without a college degree.
This Higher Ed Dive article by Natalie Schwartz references the CEW Report “The College Payoff” to highlight how workers with bachelor’s degrees have significantly higher median lifetime earnings than workers with just a high school diploma.