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.
This Forbes article by Marybeth Gasman cites the CEW Report, “Colleges Where Low-income Students Get the Highest ROI,” to highlight the different available paths of higher education for students of varying income levels.
This Forbes article by Michael T. Nietzel pulls data from the CEW Report, “Colleges Where Low-income Students Get the Highest ROI,” to spotlight how top ROI’s for low-income students were achieved by some of the most elite and selective private colleges.
This Axios article by Tina Reed pulls data from the CEW Report “Nursing” to explain the need for more nursing staff nationwide, and how the gig economy may have an important role to play in achieving that.
This Inside Higher Ed article by Sara Weissman spotlights the CEW Report “Colleges Where Low-income Students Get the Highest ROI” to demonstrate how lower income students often experience a lower return on investment for their college education, with suggestions on how to prevent this.
This Inside Higher Ed article by Sara Weissman uses the CEW Report, “Colleges Where Low-income Students Get the Highest ROI,” to bring attention to the fact that the median return on investment for low-income students is lower than the average return on investment for all college students.
This Higher Ed Dive article by Natalie Schwartz references the CEW Report, “Colleges Where Low-income Students Get the Highest ROI,” to highlight how public schools offer lower income students the highest median return on their investment.
This CNBC article from Abigail Johnson Hess takes insight from CEW Chief Economist Nicole Smith on how “occupational segregation” is one of the many factors that leads to the persistence of the gender pay gap.
This Inside Higher Ed article by Carol Geary Schnieder cites CEW report “The Role of Education in Taming Authoritarian Attitudes” to explain the pressing need to extend service based learning to all types of institutions of higher education.
This article in the Hechinger Report by Michael Collins references a CEW report “African American Majors” to illuminate how Black students are often underrepresented in majors that lead to higher wages.
This NPR article by Elissa Nadworny references a CEW analysis to highlight the economic gains that are to be lost from the removal of tuition free community college from the upcoming reconciliation legislation, in the form of a yearly $170 billion boost to GDP.
This CNN Politics article by Ronald Brownstein analyzes the CEW report “Infrastructure,” in addition to commentary from Chief CEW Economist Nicole Smith, to highlight the differences between the Bipartisan Infrastructure Legislation and the Build Back Better Reconciliation Bill, mainly in that the former primarily creates jobs in male dominated fields, whereas the latter more so supports women and minority dominated…
This Times Higher Education article by Jeffrey Nesteruk and Barbara Altmann highlights key findings from the CEW report “ROI of Liberal Arts Colleges” namely that liberal arts colleges often deliver a high ROI for students.
This University Business article by Amrit Ahluwalia emphasizes key findings from the CEW report “The College Payoff,” as well as commentary from CEW Senior Economist and Research Professor Ban Cheah, to highlight the importance of higher education institutions making job outcomes clear for students.
This ABC News article by Anna Helhoski quotes CEW Director Anthony Carnevale on the importance of retraining workers seeking new careers, particularly due to increased skill requirements driven by advancements in technology.
This article by Paul Basken in Times Higher Education quotes CEW Director Anthony Carnevale on the economic loss to be incurred from tuition free community college be axed from the upcoming spending bill.
This MarketWatch article by Jillian Berman references CEW report “The Dollar and Sense of Free College,” in addition to quoting CEW Director Anthony Carnevale, in order to illustrate the importance of carrying on the fight for tuition-free community college.
This article from Chronicle of Higher Education by Eric Kelderman explains CEW report “The Dollars and Sense of Free College” to reveal the economic cost to be incurred should free college not be implemented nationwide.
This CNBC article by Abigail Johnson Hess articulates a key finding of the CEW report, “If Not Now, When?” in that the gap between how much young workers make and how much they must pay to go to college has only grown larger over the past several years.
This University Business article by Matt Zalaznick references CEW report “If Not Now, When?” in addition to quoting CEW Director Anthony Carnevale in order to highlight the pressing need to bridge educational gaps as early as possible, starting in preschool.
This article by Jarrell Dillard in Bloomberg references CEW analysis and quotes CEW Director Anthony Carnevale to emphasize how much the US economy will miss out on as a result of tuition free community college being removed from the upcoming spending bill.
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 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.