This Hill article by Brooke Derenzis and Victoria Johnson references the CEW report “15 Million Infrastructure Jobs” to highlight the pressing need to train workers for the jobs to be created by infrastructure legislation.
This article from Chronicle of Higher Education by Karin Fischer quotes the CEW Director Anthony Carnevale on structural biases and inequities prevalent throughout the transition from academia to the workforce.
This Washington Post article by Lilah Burke highlights the CEW report, “Certificates: Gateway to Gainful Employment and College Degrees” to illustrate earnings of certificate holders relative to their high diploma and college degree holding counterparts.
This Washington Post article by George F. Will cites the CEW’s 2022 ranking of colleges by ROI to emphasize that college degree holders do not always earn more than their high school graduate counterparts.
This Times Higher Education article by Paul Basken references CEW's research on COVID-19’s impact on education and the workforce to highlight how most universities are now moving away from a test-optional admissions approach.
This Washington Post article by Nick Anderson and Danielle Douglas-Gabriel references the CEW report “The College Payoff” to highlight how the Bachelor’s degree is still the “gold standard” in terms of reaching higher earnings
This NPR article by Elissa Nadworny cites the CEW report “The College Payoff” to emphasize how a growing number of associate’s degree holders are out earning their bachelor degree holding counterparts.
This Washington Post article by Susan Svrluga quotes CEW Director Anthony Carnevale on the growing importance of a college degree in entering the workforce, particularly due to increased demand for more skilled workers.
This Times Higher Education article by Andy Chan and Kristina Francis cites CEW report “African Americans” to highlight the key finding that African American students are underrepresented in college majors associated with the fastest growing and highest paying occupations.
This Inside Higher Ed article by Scott Jaschik quotes CEW Director Anthony Carnevale, as well as research from CEW report “The Role of Education in Taming Authoritarian Attitudes,” to explain the crucial role liberal arts education will play in helping us overcome our differences.
This Boston Business Journal article by Grant Welker includes key analysis from CEW Director of Editorial and Education Policy Martin Van Der Werf as to how higher education has been influenced by the COVID-19 pandemic.
This Forbes article by Ryan Craig references CEW's new college ROI rankings to discuss how many prospective college students are turning toward crypto currency as a fast track to higher economic status.
This University Business article by Chris Burt mentions CEW as one of the many organizations advocating for the Biden administration to fund evidenced-backed college completion initiatives in the 2023 budget.
This Higher Ed Dive article by Rick Seltzer highlights key findings from CEW's new rankings of 4,500 colleges and universities by ROI, including the recommendation to provide students with comprehensive career counseling.
This University Business article by Chris Burt discusses CEW's new rankings of 4,500 colleges and universities by ROI and quotes CEW Director Anthony Carnevale on why some colleges struggle to provide students with a good return on investment.
This US News article by Lauren Camera discusses CEW's new rankings of 4,500 colleges and universities by ROI, explaining how some high school graduates earn more than their college degree-holding counterparts.
This Inside Higher Ed article by Emma Whitford quotes both CEW Director Anthony Carnevale and Director of Editorial and Education Policy Martin Van Der Werf on the various factors influencing return on investment in higher education.
This Higher Ed Dive article by Laura Spitalniak articulates key findings from the CEW report, “Colleges Where Low-income Students Get the Highest ROI,” namely that public colleges offer the best chance at a positive ROI for low income students.