It ain't to proprietary colleges

Intuitively, this feels accurate, and I know many cases that support the conclusion.  Increasingly, though, I bet tuition costs are now driving the decision.  Especially in states that offer tuition discounts to state employees. From Lynn O'Shaughnessy's blog, The College Solution.

Where Professors Send Their Children to College - CBS
The children of professors are far more likely to attend liberal arts colleges than other parents. Children of university faculty are about twice as likely to select liberal arts college than children of parents earning more than $100,000 a year.

Why are college professors steering their children to liberal arts colleges, which educate a mere 3% of the nation’s college students?

These insiders understand that liberal arts college focus exclusively on educating undergraduates and offer a boutique education with small classes and personal attention from professors.


Popular posts from this blog

Helicoptor parenting

Cheap eats?

Win early