Written by: Scott Carlson Published by: The Chronicle of Higher Education MBA News Digest Comment: None. Extracted Content: Higher education’s data crunchers have increasingly been training their sights on the postgraduation career path. It’s an often-unpredictable trajectory shaped by students’ aspirations, talents, and backgrounds, by economic conditions, and by institutions’ effectiveness as … [Read more...] about What’s a College Degree Worth?
Written by: Adam Loone Published by: Brookings MBA News Digest Comment: None. Extracted Content: Individuals who owe student debt are an incredibly diverse group, spanning highly educated professionals to first-year dropouts. Some borrowers earn six-figure salaries their first year out of school, and some earn less than a high-school graduate. One factor differentiating those who struggle … [Read more...] about Dept. of Education’s College Scorecard shows where student loans pay off… and where they don’t
Content written by Andrew Kreighbaum and published by Inside Higher Ed. MBA News Digest Comment: None. Extracted Content: New data from Education Department put spotlight on high borrowing for some graduate programs. But experts are skeptical more information on students alone will move the needle on enrollment decisions. Click Here to Read More Via Original Source … [Read more...] about Six Figures in Debt for a Master’s Degree
Content written by Michelle Hackman, Josh Mitchell and Douglas Belkin and published by Campus Technology. MBA News Digest Comment: The new rules apply to undergraduate and graduate programs. Extracted Content: The Trump administration is moving to require colleges and universities to publish more detailed data on the finances of their graduates, part of a broader effort to make higher … [Read more...] about Will Majoring in Psychology Make You Better Off? The Government Wants to Know