Analysis: The link between college and a good job is even weaker since COVID-19. Here are some new, more effective pathways to opportunity & employment
Americans assume an almost fairy-tale link between a college education and a good job. Take college freshmen. In 2019, more than 8 in 10 (83 percent) said a “very important” reason for attending college was “to be able to get a better job.” But reality is different. A 2018 study of over 800 million job...
By Bruno Manno | April 19, 2021
Analysis: Week-by-week survey finds parents worried about sending kids back to school — three-quarters think September is too soon
On June 30, Sen. Lamar Alexander convened the Senate Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Committee to hear four health experts — including Dr. Anthony Fauci — provide an update on COVID-19, including how K-12 leaders and other stakeholders can open schools safely this fall. Alexander was direct in offering his thoughts: “The question before the...
By Bruno Manno | July 13, 2020