by Andrew Gillen
Tufts ends need-blind admissions HT: Mankiw
The Education Optimists report that community college call centers focusing on recruitment and retention could be a really good use of money.
Sallie Mae finds that “Seniors graduated with an average credit card debt of more than $4,100, up from $2,900 almost four years ago.” HT: Inside Higher Ed.
Mike Petrilli over at the Flypaper is worked up that the DC voucher program, which works, is being murdered.
Lastly, check out this post by Andy Smarick. Be sure to read through to the end.