Choosing College: Can Students Be Better Consumers?
American Enterprise Institute
Higher education decisions are more complicated than ever. Students can choose between traditional four-year programs, online courses, apprenticeships, boot camps, and more. With so many options, students are often uncertain about where to go, when to go, and if their choice will pay off.
In an event set for this Thursday, Jason Delisle of the American Enterprise Institute will have a conversation with the Clayton Christensen Institute’s Michael B. Horn, the College Board’s Jessica Howell, and the National College Access Network’s Carrie Warick on why college choice matters for students, families, and policymakers.