Lecture Haul

“Hundreds of thousands of young people who came of age during the pandemic but didn’t go to college. Many have turned to hourly jobs or careers that don’t require a degree, while others have been deterred by high tuition and the prospect of student debt. What first looked like a pandemic blip has turned into a crisis … The slide in the college-going rate since 2018 is the steepest on record, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.” AP: Jaded with education, more Americans are skipping college. (And yet, it still seems to be even harder than ever to get into one…)

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