The price of a college education keeps going up as does the number of high school students applying. Three educators discuss how much students actually learn in college and why some say they should be learning more.


  • Derek Bok President Emeritus and research professor, Harvard University and author of "Our Underachieving Colleges: A Candid Look At How Much Students Learn and Why They Should Be Learning More"
  • Robert Zemsky Professor of education, University of Pennsylvania member, Commission on the Future of Higher Education
  • Leon Botstein President, Bard College


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