The Atlantic, 3/19/12


This column by Marty Nemko of the University of California argues that instead of reducing the amount of federal financial aid flowing to schools, the system should be fundamentally changed. This change would tie the amount of available financial aid to student outcomes: "[schools] should be required to demonstrate freshman-to-senior growth in learning and employability that even minimally justifies the four to eight years, enormous cost, and risk of not graduating."

AuthorKeith Blakeman
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