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When a college ranking is released or updated, backlash inevitably follows. Usually, colleges who performed poorly lead the charge, but it’s also a reaction against a root issue. Higher education is so diverse that it’s impossible to objectively compare schools. Which is great! Diversity gives students a wide swath to pursue their education. Universities can […]
For specific inquiries regarding the 2013 Forbes/CCAP rankings, please contact: Mr. Anthony Hennen. For full coverage, visit the complete college list, along with the profiles of all 650 schools, at Forbes.com America’s Best Colleges (pdf) This includes the complete list of all 650 schools, along with each institution’s Carnegie Classification, public or private control and 2013 score and rank. […]
For specific inquiries regarding the 2011 Forbes/CCAP rankings, please contact: Mr. Jonathan Robe. For full coverage, visit the complete college list, along with the profiles of all 650 schools, at Forbes.com America’s Best Colleges (pdf) This includes the complete list of all 650 schools, along with each institution’s Carnegie Classification, public or private control and 2012 score […]
Perhaps the single thing that the Center of College Affordability and Productivity (CCAP) does each year that garners the most public attention is prepare for Forbes its rankings of U.S. colleges and universities. It is a formidable task, th buy viagra is year involving 19 persons. We pride ourselves that are rankings are based primarily […]
The Princeton Review has released its college rankings (my university topped the party-school list, to my chagrin), and tomorrow Forbes will release its own rankings of America’s institutions, beginning a season of rankings that should get considerable media attention for the next few weeks (if not upended by federal fiscal shenanigans or the like). Full disclosure: I am […]
Posted on August 4th, 2011, by CCAP StaffComments Off
For specific inquiries regarding the 2011 Forbes/CCAP rankings, please contact: Mr. Jonathan Robe. For full coverage, visit the complete college list, along with the profiles of all 650 schools, at Forbes.com America’s Best Colleges (pdf) This includes the complete list of all 650 schools, along with each institution’s Carnegie Classification, public or private control and 2011 score […]
Ever since Luke Myers and I worked on a study on college rankings a couple of years ago, I’ve been largely sold on the concept of Do-It-Yourself rankings in which individual users (such as prospective students) assign the weights to variables and develop their own personalized set of rankings which will, arguably, better assist them […]
As nearly all prospective college students know, colleges rarely miss an opportunity to trumpet favorable recognition they receive from national publications (like Forbes, whose college rankings are compiled by CCAP). However, sometimes you would not realize this if all you saw were the letters issued by college presidents categorically protesting college rankings. One such protestation is a critique of […]
On June 25th Dr. Richard Vedder participated on a panel discussion on federal financial assistance programs hosted by the American Enterprise Institute. Here he claims that these federal programs have had the unintended consequence of raising college costs and lowering accessibility.
As a part of "Uncomfortable Learning" Richard Vedder gives a lecture to students at Williams College about the War on Work.
Panel 1 of the conference co-hosted by CCAP and the Cato Institute on higher education reform and faculty productivity. For more, visit the Cato website.