As student debt surpassed more than $1 trillion in 2011, students and their parents started to question what they were getting in return for the high cost of a college degree. The survey, completed by some 800 vice presidents, deans, and directors at two-year and four-year colleges, focused on their attitudes about the value of their degrees, strategies to measure the outcomes of their graduates, and what skills higher education should provide to students.
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