Over-Reaching on Undermatching

“Undermatching" is the latest buzzword to afflict higher education, a theory that "high achieving low income" students should choose only elite or "competitive" colleges and universities instead of the often-local institutions that serve low income students in large numbers. Skim the best off the top, the theory seems to say, and they will do very well. Heck with the rest!

Women Lag in Leadership Roles, CEO Earnings New National Report Shows

At the highest levels of the American workforce, less than 20 percent of the top leadership jobs are held by women, according to a new national study, which found that women, on average, earn less than men in comparable jobs while, by some measures, outperforming them.

How to Afford a College Education for Your Daughter

Women's colleges offer real value and real advantages for your college-bound daughter.  They help young women thrive and are surprisingly affordable as these families discovered.

The Sum of All Salaries

The most pernicious movement yet to afflict higher education with the curse of metrics over mission is the eruption of studies and websites purporting to measure the value of a college education through the salaries of our graduates. 

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