Sharply rising college costs, enrollments and student debt loads have touched off a debate about the role of higher education in the 21st Century.
A 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.
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