Here’s what schools should do about lack of faith in college education and its high cost
A country sharply divided when it comes to fairness and politics is largely in agreement about ways to improve higher education. A new national survey finds broad support for public higher-ed funding, quick courses tied to in-demand jobs and improvements to raise the economic value of degrees.
Those are the most encouraging takeaways from the new USA TODAY/Public Agenda Hidden Common Ground research, supported by Lumina Foundation.
Originally published: July 17, 2022
Author: Jamie Merisotis
Institution: Lumina Foundation
Published by: USA Today Network