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"Does it make much difference whether you go to a public college or a private secular college or a religious college? That's one of the many questions students and their parents have in mind when they're facing the tough decision on what the next step beyond high school ought to be."
An Assistant Professor at the University of Arkansas, Albert Cheng joins Paul E. Peterson on the EducationNext podcast to discuss Cheng’s new paper, which reports findings from a survey of college alumni about their experiences in higher education and afterward.
The paper, “What Do They Deliver? A Report on American Colleges and Universities,” co-written with David Sikkink, is available here.
We need to start a broader conversation about the aim of education. "It’s not just about, say, job prospects. It’s also about discerning vocation and finding formative connections on campus that affect family and community relationships after graduation," writes Cardus Senior Fellow Dr. Albert Cheng.
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