Efforts to get more Americans to earn a college degree steal attention from what makes up a college education, a historian of education argues.
A political scientist explains how a new commission that wants to measure the economic value of a college degree could end up devaluing the liberal arts.
The presidents of the University of Michigan, the University of Oregon and The Ohio State University offer three ways to judge the value of a college education.
Double-majoring is thought to broaden your horizons and give you more career options. A new look at seven years of U.S. census data tells us that there may be a financial benefit as well.
College education results in not just better earnings, but better health care and child development as well as political stability and lower criminal justice costs. Should states invest more?