Are too many attending college, when they don't need to?
Students that don't excel in high school academically still feel the pressure to pursue four year degrees. Some who study higher education question why that degree should mean more than a career certificate or an apprenticeship. Others say a BA is the only sure way to higher earning power.
- Mark Schneider: Vice president at the American Institutes for Research. He's also a visiting scholar at AEI.
- Anthony Carnevale: Research professor and director, the Georgetown University Center on Education and the Workforce.