Is College Worth It? College Presidents, Public Assess Value, Quality and Mission of Higher Education
Pew Research Center
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Sharply rising college costs, enrollments and student debt loads have touched off a debate about the role of higher education in the 21st Century. This Pew Research Center report attempts to inform that debate. It is based on two surveys— one of the American public; the other of college presidents—that explore attitudes about the cost, value, quality, mission and payoff of a college education. The survey of college presidents was done in association with the Chronicle of Higher Education.