Commentary: How The College Bubble Will Pop
“[T]otal college enrollment has fallen by 1.5% since 2012. What’s causing the decline? While changing demographics—specifically, a birth dearth in the mid-1990s—accounts for some of the shift, robust foreign enrollment offsets that lack. The answer is simple: The benefits of a degree are declining while costs rise,” Richard Vedder and Christopher Denhart write for The Wall Street Journal.
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