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    1 In 3 Americans In Student Debt Repayment Are Delinquent

    Apr 21, 2015

    By: Phil Hill Let’s set the stage again on why it is so important to look at real student debt data. One of the most frustrating memes last year originated with the faulty Brookings Institution report on student debt that claimed: Ultimately, Akers and Chingos conclude that typical borrowers are

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    The Shifting Sands of Publishers and OER

    Apr 14, 2015

    By: Phil Hill I realize I’m biased, but Michael Feldstein really got this one right last fall when claiming that textbook publishers now actually like open educational resources (OER). This is a relatively recent thing. Not so very long ago, you’d get one of two reactions from employees at these

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    The Missing Mobiles: One In Four US Students Who Graduate Are Transfers

    Mar 26, 2015

    By: Phil Hill In two recent posts I highlighted the problem of federal-level college accountability data, particularly acute in Department of Education (DOE) official graduation or completion measurements. In the first post I summarized: Our national data reporting on graduation / success / completion rates is a mess. IPEDS is

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    USC Students Propose Cap on General Ed Textbook Costs

    Mar 24, 2015

    By: Phil Hill This is an interesting idea and one that introduces some of the missing market dynamics in textbook pricing – those paying the costs collectively pressuring those making the decisions. The news comes from the Daily Trojan, a student newspaper at the University of Southern California (USC): Undergraduate Student

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    SXSWedu…it’s a WRAP!

    Mar 16, 2015

    Great people, thoughtful dialogue, and infectious passion! Another @SXSWedu comes to a wrap, and the Twenty Million Minds team thanks the educators, entrepreneurs, thought leaders, and incredible presenters who took time out of their busy schedules to convene in Austin. We are especially grateful to our founder, Dr. Gary K.

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