Trump overwhelmingly leads his rivals for support among the less educated, and draws more modest backing from college graduates and those with postgraduate study.
By Jennifer C. Kerr, Associated Press
The payoff for a college degree is much less for those who grew up poor than for those who did not.
By Denise Cummins
Of all the U.S. high school students who graduate high school and go on to college, a large proportion will never earn their degree. How can educators better train those who may struggle in trying to pick a course of…
By PBS NewsHour
Today in the Morning Line: Scott Walker doesn’t have a college degree. Should anyone care? Nine presidents — two on Mount Rushmore — didn’t have college degrees But just one president in the last 114 years didn’t have one…
By Domenico Montanaro, Lisa Desjardins, Rachel Wellford and Simone Pathe
By Nick Corcodilos
If an employer requires a college degree, an applicant without one will likely lose out. But if you've already won an interview, you have an opportunity to demonstrate how you'd do the job effectively. Headhunter Nick Corcodilos tells you how…
By Nora Daly
Given the high cost of higher education, it is tempting to evaluate different courses of study based solely on the return on investment they offer. However, this view neglects to consider the intangible benefits of a liberal arts education.
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