WSJ Outlining How Government and Universities Add to Student Debt Problems

DKI has written extensively about the need for college students to consider cost, debt, and return on investment for their education. Another fantastic piece in today’s WSJ talking about how government intervention has helped create an unsustainable debt burden for students and parents. They correctly place proper blame on universities as well. https://wsj.com/articles/college-university-student-debt-parent-grad-plus-loans-congress-school-borrowing-11638930489?mod=djemwhatsnews…

WSJ – Some Professional Degrees Leave Students With High Debt but Without High Salaries

DKI has written extensively about the need for college students to consider cost, debt, and return on investment for their education. Great piece in today’s WSJ talking about the debt burden on some students, how that creates under-served communities, and eventually creates a burden on the taxpayer:  https://www.wsj.com/articles/some-professional-degrees-leave-students-with-high-debt-but-without-high-salaries-11638354602?mod=djem10point  

Deep Knowledge Investing Interviewed on Class Futures Podcast

I’d like to thank Jonathan Lloyd for having me on his podcast to discuss online education. Great conversation about Coursera, 2U, and the future of educational opportunities. Please feel free to check it out here: https://lnkd.in/gicGApWB #education#podcast#onlineeducation#onlineeducationplatform $COUR $TWOU

The Depth Report – Online Education – The Institutional Problem

Robert Scott, the President Emeritus of Adelphi University published an article linking to our work where he claimed that tuition costs, poor return on investment, and student debt are not valid concerns for students considering online vs on-campus study. This is a topic that deserves national discussion and debate. In an extensively researched piece, we … Read more

Deep Knowledge Investing Featured on Chinese Media

We’d like to thank Jia Guo of Stansberry China for working with us on this week’s piece on online education and Coursera. Jia, it was such a pleasure working with you, and we look forward to creating lots of great stock-related content with you in the future. Thanks to Stansberry China and Jia for a … Read more