Low-Income Students and Higher Education in America – author Gary Berg interviewed in the Chronicle of Higher Education

Gary Berg, author of Low-Income Students and the Perpetuation of Inequality: Higher Education in America, is interviewed in the current issue of the Chronicle of Higher Education.

This is a very topical issue, and the article seems to garnering quite a bit of attention, and discussion. It’s worth taking a look if you have an interest in the affordability of Higher Education for students.

From the article:

With a lingering recession sending Americans (back) to college in record numbers, and an administration determined to improve the country’s record on degree attainment, higher education, more than ever, has plenty of public attention. But a new book argues that higher education in the United States is falling ever more short on a variety of fronts — particularly when it comes to those students who, theoretically, should stand to gain the most from it. Read more…

Gary A. Berg is Dean of Extended Education at California State University Channel Islands, USA.

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  1. Ryan Winston

    This recession has got America in a stranglehold! It has a silver lining though, people seem to be going back to college to get their undergraduate degree. I’m part of this group, except I’m earning my Master’s of Education online at this site: http://www.cu-portland.edu/ and it’s good to see that other people are working towards self-improvement.

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