If the DOE Tracked Individual College Student Economic Outcomes, Would it “Cheapen” the College “Experience?”

by Nicholas Tampio The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation has proposed that the federal government create a database that includes information on outcomes for individual college graduates, such as how much money they earn after they get a degree in a particular major. That’s according to a report that a commission sponsored by the foundation released in May 2021. I asked the U.S. Education Department if they plan to adopt the proposed database, but did not get a yes-or-no answer. “There are currently statutory prohibitions against the department developing a new national database on student information,” said Melanie Muenzer, chief of staff for the […]
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