American Enterprise Institute

College101’s Stig Leschly writes a policy brief on the need for innovation in higher education for AEI’s Conservative Education Reform Network.

EdWeek Q&A with Rick Hess

Rick Hess interviews Stig Leschly about College101’s call for a movement of new colleges to improve higher education, and – relatedly – the need for new accreditors.

College Accreditors: ‘New Colleges Need Not Apply’

A few weeks ago, I blogged about the reluctance of US college accreditors to discipline their member colleges for poor student outcomes or low-grade academic programming.  Accreditors, according to our research, devote a mere 3% of their formal oversight activities to policing worrisome student outcomes or academic programing.  That accreditors skirt regulating college quality is inexplicable, College Accreditors: ‘New Colleges Need Not Apply’ … READ MORE

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Eyeballing College Earnings

The federal government recently released a new batch of data on the earnings outcomes of students in 4-year colleges in the US.   The new data, in their most eye-popping dimension, pin down every 4-year college in the US by the salary results of students ten years after they start college.  The data reveal alarming patterns Eyeballing College Earnings … READ MORE

Prof G Pod with Scott Galloway

In this episode of the Prof G Podcast, Stig and Scott have a long solution-forward discussion about how to improve the country’s failing higher education system.

Getting Smart Podcast Discussion

In this episode of the Getting Smart Podcast, Stig talks to Tom Vander Ark about what can and should be done to fix higher education.

No Mercy / No Malice Feature

For the “Inflated” edition of his No Mercy / No Malice newsletter, Scott Galloway featured and discussed College101’s public subsidy, college cost, and inflation data.

Concerning Commonwealth Colleges

I live in Massachusetts, went to graduate school here, and teach entrepreneurship part-time at Harvard Business School. So, with my backyard in mind, I take a close look in this blog at the college scene in the Commonwealth.   What I lay out here might surprise you. Pockets of Abysmal Graduation Rates.  Graduation rates are shockingly Concerning Commonwealth Colleges … READ MORE