Balancing Work and Learning: Implications for Low-Income Students- Coverage by report

Balancing Work and Learning: Implications for Low-Income Students- Coverage by report.


Report: ‘Colleges Need to Better Inform Students of Tradeoffs Between Working and Learning’

In this EdSurge article, Sydney Johnson writes about the effects of working while attending college, particularly for low-income students. Johnson cites the Georgetown CEW report, “Balancing Work and Learning: Implications for Low-Income Students” in her article.

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Quantifying the Risks of Working While in College

In this Hechinger Report article, Delece Smith-Barrow writes about the drawbacks of working a low, hourly wage job while in college, which low-income students do more often than their peers. Smith-Barrow cites the Georgetown CEW report “Balancing Work and Learning: Implications for Low-Income Students,” in her article.  

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It’s nearly impossible to work your way through school, but it’s much harder for low-income students

In this MarketWatch article, Jillian Berman writes about how low-income college students are more likely to work longer hours while enrolled than their higher-income peers. Berman cites the new Georgetown CEW report, “Balancing Work and Learning: Implications for Low-Income Students,” in her article.

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