Anthony Carnevale

Georgetown University

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Director and research professor at the Georgetown University Center on Education and the Workforce

Anthony Carnevale on KCRW

In today’s society, if you want to compete and win in the global economy you need to go to college, as Harvard University political philosophy professor Michael Sandel puts it, “what…

The myth of merit based education

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Cracking Down on For-Profit Student Debt

The Obama administration released new rules today in hopes of reining in runaway student debt. They’re called gainful employment rules.

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Only about 12% of all college students major in the humanities, a big change from just 50 years ago, when there were twice as many.

Are the Humanities in Crisis?

Only about 12% of all college students major in the humanities, a big change from just 50 years ago, when there were twice as many.

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