Chronicle of Higher Ed - College Presidents on Value
Say you asked the CEO of any major company whether they believed their products were worth the price customers paid.
Think two out of five of them would answer no? Probably not.
Yet that’s exactly what college presidents said about the educational product of higher education in a poll released this month by Time magazine and the Carnegie Corporation. Forty-one percent of higher-education leaders agreed that “at many colleges, the education students receive is not worth what they pay for it.” Let’s hope they weren’t thinking about their own institutions when they answered the question.
Read "College Presidents on Value: Tone Deaf or Lacking Confidence" in the Chronicle of Higher Education.