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Learning Through Jackie Robinson’s Legacy

As a lifelong baseball fan, former high school baseball player, and coach for 20 years, I have always been struck by how deeply intertwined baseball and learning really are.

Second-Guessing Often Accompanies Degrees

More than half of adults in the U.S. would change at least one aspect of their higher education experience, according to a new survey from Gallup and the Strada Education Network.

Survey: Second-guessing Often Accompanies Degrees

More than half of adults in the U.S. would change at least one aspect of their higher education experience, according to a new survey from Gallup and the Strada Education Network. Common regrets were choice of institution and major or field of study. Comparatively, relatively few regretted their degree type.

The Syllabus: Regrets

Do you have regrets? Sure you do. We all do. That’s human nature. So it’s no surprise that college graduates have regrets about, well, college.

Half of US Adults Would Change at Least One Education Decision

Approximately half of all U.S. adults who pursued or completed a postsecondary degree would change at least one aspect of their education experience if they could do it all over again, including their major or field of study, the institution they attended, or the type of degree they obtained.

Rush to College Might Be a Mistake

U.S. policy-makers have long pushed more high-school students to go to college, citing data showing that college graduates earn more money over their lifetime, pay more taxes, enjoy better health and are more likely to vote.

Second Thoughts About Higher Education Decisions

Most former college students say they would change either their major, college attended or credential pursued if they could do it all over again, survey finds.

Many college grads regret their choice of school or major, report says

Half of college graduates regret their choice of school or major, according to a national survey.

American Grads Have Second Thoughts, Poll Finds

Regrets, I’ve had a few...and so have most Americans — at least when it comes to decisions they’ve made regarding their education.

Second thoughts about higher ed choices

More than half of U.S. adults (51 percent) would change at least one aspect of their postsecondary education – major, school or type of degree – if they could do it over again, reports a new study from the Strada Education Network and Gallup.

 

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