A number of education policy experts contribute to the Quick and the Ed, including Education Sector at AIR’s policy and communications teams, other AIR staff and guest bloggers.
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EdPolicyAIR RT @CCRSCenter : ICYMI: Does #CTE keep students engaged and enrolled? @LoriMeyerLMD explores: http://t.co/IqIjMSw2C8 #CCRS
EdPolicyAIR Schneider also analyzes #FL 's labor market experiences after #postsec : "Earnings and Other Outcomes" http://t.co/2N15F3MSWg @EducationFL
EdPolicyAIR More: @Education_AIR 's Mark Schenider looks at long-term payoffs of majors in different sectors: http://t.co/hgOCAn1kCV @CollegeMeasures
EdPolicyAIR Via @npr_ed : ~2/3 of 25-32 yr.-olds lack a bachelor's degree; Salary gap widening: http://t.co/RouJRYSF3D http://t.co/RouJRYSF3D
EdPolicyAIR RT @CCRSCenter : NCES Releases New Data on Graduation Rates and Student Financial Aid: http://t.co/1A5kufGI7q via @IESResearch #CCRS