The Education Exchange: The Effect of Information on College Aspirations

By 11/19/2018

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Are parents move likely to want to send their kids to college if they are given accurate information about the costs and benefits of attending college?

A new study looks at what happens when parents are given customized information about the cost of going to college and the wage premium for earning a college degree.

Albert Cheng, Assistant Professor at the University of Arkansas, joins Paul E. Peterson to discuss their paper, “Experimental Impacts of Customized Information on College Aspirations.”

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