Germany has free college. Australia has low default rates. Why can’t America just follow their example? When proposing higher education reform, politicians often point to other countries as guides to what America should do. But what can we really learn from other countries’ higher education policies?

In this episode of “The Report Card with Nat Malkus”, on the AEI Education Podcast, Jason Delisle and Alex Usher join us to discuss their new book on international higher education, and the tradeoffs between access, quality, and cost that every country has to make in higher education policy.

Related:

International Perspectives in Higher Education: Balancing Access, Equity, and Cost by Jason Delisle and Alex Usher

AEI Event – Education policy debate: A federal right to education?

 

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