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Technical degrees, certificates, apprenticeships, and other postsecondary offerings that can be earned in two years (or less) often carry a negative stigma, as if the careers they prepare students for are somehow “less than” those afforded through a four-year degree. The stigma has plagued the growth and development of these programs when, in reality, they can be a sure ticket to a stable, middContinue Reading »
Higher education is haunted by a formula, which goes something like this: P/R=G.
The P stands for student preparation, broadly defined — the combination of innate ability and elementary-school and secondary-school preparation that students bring to college. Imagine those attributes normalized on a scale going from 0 to 1, with 1 describing the smartest, most well-educated student in the Continue Reading »