Higher Ed Dive senior reporter Jeremy Bauer-Wolf quotes CEW Director Anthony Carnevale and cites “Liberal Arts ROI” in his article covering the new research on students valuing career-oriented education over liberal arts experiences.
Chronicle of Higher Education senior reporter Adrienne Lu quotes CEW Director Anthony Carnevale in her article about whether college is “worth it” and how the stories of college graduates who can’t find a good job reinforce the idea that college may not be worth the time and effort.
Forbes contributor Nancy Lee Sánchez cites “Ranking 4,500 Colleges by ROI (2022)” in her article covering the Biden Student Debt Relief Plan. She states how there have been attempts to diminish the ROI of a bachelor’s degree for those who cannot afford to pay it outright.
Adrienne Lu, the Senior Reporter at The Chronicle of Higher Education, cites “The College Payoff” and quotes CEW Director Anthony Carnevale to showcase current debates around Biden’s student loan forgiveness plan and the ROI of college degrees.
The Atlantic Senior Editor Ronald Brownstein cites “Separate and Unequal” and quotes CEW Director Anthony Carnevale in his article about what the student-loan debate overlooks. He writes that the plan recognizes the difficulties young Americans have in adulthood and provides them with the same benefits that Boomers have been afforded all along.
Chris Keaveney cites “ROI 2022” and “The College Payoff” in his Inside Higher Ed article about the ROI crisis in America’s higher education. His article discusses how students take out college loans for success but a significant number of them do not receive the returns.
Eric Cortellessa, a staff writer for TIME, quotes CEW Director of Editorial and Education Policy Martin Van Der Werf in his article fact-checking the most prominent criticisms against President Biden’s plan to forgive student loan debts.