Impact University: Education


Why the New Research on Mobility Matters: An Economist’s View >

Wolfers, Justin. (2015-05-04, The New York Times). Hundreds of studies have demonstrated that the odds of economic success vary across neighborhoods. The far more difficult question is whether that's because neighborhoods nurture success (or failure), or whether they just attract those who would succeed (or fail) anyway.


What Happens to Pell Grant Recipients After They Enroll? >

Waldman, Annie. (2015-27-09, The Atlantic): Federal aid may help students get to college, but a study shows they graduate at lower rates than peers.


Stop Penalizing Poor College Students >

Baum, Sandy; Conklin, Kristin; and Johnson, Nate (2013-11-12, The New York Times): The Pell grant program is the federal government's main strategy for helping low-income students finish college, but the way the program is designed makes it harder for those same students to graduate on schedule.


The Assault on Colleges — and the American Dream >

Leonhardt, David. (2017-05-25, The New York Times): With state funding way down, top public colleges are replacing high-achieving lower-income students with affluent ones.


When a Few Bucks Can Get Students to the Finish Line >

Rosenberg, Tina. (2017-03-14, The New York Times): In Georgia, keeping students solvent until graduation brings their university big dividends.

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