Decoding the Cost of College
Our bi-annual research on College Parents consistently finds that paying for college is most often the 2nd largest expense in the life of a family. Next to purchasing a home, paying for college can be a daunting event.
Latest College Board Trends Report: Students Are Borrowing Less, Paying More for College
We applaud the good work of The College Board to publish meaningful data on college pricing and financial aid. The annual Trends in College Pricing and Trends in Student Aid report, illustrates that while the increase in the average published tuition and fees across colleges and universities is not as sharp as it has been […]
Georgetown Report: America’s Divided Recovery: College Haves and Have-Nots
There are some who suggest earning a college degree may no longer be essential. But data from Georgetown’s Center for Education and the Workforce. (CEW) suggests otherwise. The most recent CEW report indicates that “workers with at least some postsecondary education now make up 65 percent of the total employment and bachelor’s degree holders now […]