The Key Podcast | Ep.89: How Federal and State Policies Judge Colleges’ ‘Value’

As just lately as a 10 years in the past, the notion of “value” seldom discovered its way into discussions about federal and state policymaking about better education and learning. Now it is unusual to hear a significant discussion that does not raise the challenge.

This week’s episode of The Crucial, the 2nd in a a few-element series on the worth of better instruction, examines how politicians and plan makers are responding to expanding general public question about the worth of colleges and credentials by defining and trying to evaluate whether or not individual institutions and tutorial courses are benefiting customers. 

Attendees contain Clare McCann, who right up until previous thirty day period was a key member of the Biden administration’s better instruction plan crew, and is now bigger instruction fellow at Arnold Ventures Will Doyle, a professor of bigger schooling at Vanderbilt University’s Peabody University, who scientific studies the government’s purpose in greater training and Ernest Ezeugo, a federal coverage technique officer at Lumina Foundation who formerly labored at Youthful Invincibles and the Point out Higher Schooling Government Officers association.

They examine how the concept of value is factoring into condition and federal policy, what’s driving that craze, and whether an overdependence on economic results can lead to unintended consequences.

Hosted by Inside Greater Ed Editor Doug Lederman

This episode was created feasible by Bill & Melinda Gates Basis

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