This CNBC article by Abigail Jonson Hess references the Georgetown CEW report “Women Can’t Win” to explain how young workers often enter graduate school with hopes to increase their earnings and close the wage gap.
This University Business article by Matt Zalaznick examines the data from recent Georgetown CEW report “Selective Bias” regarding possible discrimination against Asian-American candidates at selective institutions of higher education.
This article from Times Higher Education article by Paul Basken references the Georgetown CEW report “Selective Bias” to analyze the key finding that there is little evidence of widespread discrimination against Asian-American applicants in college admissions.
In an article from Diverse Issues in Higher Education, author Sarah Wood references the Georgetown CEW report “Selective Bias” to highlight how Asian applicants fare better under the current holistic admissions approach as opposed to solely focusing on test scores.
This article from Inside Higher Ed by Scott Jaschik examines the Georgetown CEW report “Selective Bias,” and maintains that there is no strong evidence of admission bias against Asian American applicants.
In an article from The Washington Post by Lauren Lumpkin, Virginia gubernatorial candidate Terry McAuliffe cites a Georgetown CEW report in explaining his platform for expanding higher education funding and access.
This article from the Chronicle of Higher Education by Bob Masa and Bill Conley references findings from the CEW report “A First Try at ROI” to highlight the importance of a college degree for socioeconomic mobility.
In an article for NBC News, Martha White quotes CEW Chief Economist Nicole Smith’s more inclusive definition of infrastructure, and how spending on childcare and eldercare will boost the economy in the long run.
In an article for Newsweek, Meagan Drillinger references the CEW report “A First Try at ROI '' and quotes CEW Director Anthony P. Carnevale to compare return on investment from colleges across the country.
In this Chronicle of Higher Education newsletter, Vimal Patel discusses the findings of the latest CEW report, “Mission Not Accomplished,” and its implications for efforts to diversify the engineering field.
Sarah Matusek writes for Christian Science Monitor about the proliferation of job openings for recent graduates. Matusek quotes CEW Chief Economist Nicole Smith about how the career outlook for recent grads has improved this year.
Jeanna Smialek and David McCabe write for the New York Times about how teenagers are rapidly finding employment and higher wages. Smialek and McCabe quote CEW Director Anthony Carnevale about why the boom for young adults might be short-lived.
In this Yahoo Finance article, Aarthi Swaminathan discusses the perceived and actual income boost from earning a college degree. Swaminathan cites the CEW report “The Cost of Economic and Racial Injustice in Postsecondary Education.”
In this CNN op-ed, Joanna Mikulski and Molly Dillon discuss investing federal aid in women to help them re-enter the workforce. Mikulski and Dillon cite the CEW report “15 Million Infrastructure Jobs.”
Meghan McCarty Carino writes for Marketplace about the economic disparities between workers with different levels of education. Carino quotes CEW Director Anthony Carnevale about inequities in higher education.
In this Yahoo Finance article, Aarthi Swaminathan writes about the benefits of investing in postsecondary equity. Swaminathan cites the CEW report “The Cost of Economic and Racial Injustice in Postsecondary Education” and quotes CEW Director Anthony Carnevale about the effect of economic and racial justice on public finances.
In this Times Higher Education article, Anna McKie discusses digital inequities and approaches for widening access to technology. McKie cites the CEW analysis “When Back to School Meets Stay at Home” and quotes CEW Director Anthony Carnevale about the negative impact of the pandemic on disadvantaged students.
Asher Lehrer-Small writes for The 74 about the potential benefits of making a college degree more attainable for underserved groups. Lehrer-Small cites the CEW report “The Cost of Economic and Racial Injustice in Postsecondary Education” and quotes CEW Director Anthony Carnevale about economic and racial justice.
In this University Business article, Chris Burt discusses how to close equity education gaps in the United States. Burt cites the CEW report “The Cost of Economic and Racial Injustice in Postsecondary Education” and quotes CEW Director Anthony Carnevale and Director of Research Jeff Strohl.
In this Inside Higher Ed article, Sara Weissman discusses the economic cost of inequalities in higher education. Weissman cites the CEW report ''The Cost of Economic and Racial Injustice in Postsecondary Education'' and quotes CEW Director Anthony Carnevale, Senior Editor/Writer and Postsecondary Specialist Kathryn Peltier Campell, and Senior Policy Strategist Artem Gulish.
Jillian Berman writes for MarketWatch about the economic impact of inequality in higher education. Berman cites the CEW report ''The Cost of Economic and Racial Injustice in Postsecondary Education'' and quotes CEW Director Anthony Carnevale about the systemic barriers to achieving equity.
In this NBC News article, Martha C. White discusses the many gaps in America’s economic recovery. White quotes CEW Director of Research Jeff Strohl about how COVID-19 has had a disproportionate impact on Americans with lower levels of education.
Maureen Downey writes for the Atlanta Journal-Constitution about eliminating college admissions exams. Downey quotes CEW Director Anthony Carnevale about the advantages that wealthy and connected students have in elite college admissions.
Jeff Mason writes for Reuters about Biden’s push for wealthy Americans and corporations to help fund free community college and other benefits for workers. Mason cites the CEW report “Recovery: Job Growth and Education Requirements Through 2020.”
In this Forbes article, Allison Dulin Salisbury discusses how investing in upskilling, reskilling, and advancement helps promote diversity in company leadership. Dulin Salisbury cites the CEW report “College is Just the Beginning.”
Angelo Fichera, D’Angelo Gore, Eugene Kiely, and Robert Farley write for USA Today about Biden’s claims during his first joint address to Congress. Fichera, Gore, Kiely, and Farley cite the CEW report “15 Million Infrstructure Jobs.”
In this NPR article, Kirk Carapezza discusses how some employers are no longer requiring a college degree. Carapezza quotes CEW Director Anthony Carnevale about college credentials in the labor market.