Earlier this fall, the annual US News & World Report college
were released. Princeton and Harvard again topped the list, followed by a handful of other elite institutions. Do these rankings give students valuable information? How do students approach the process of choosing a college? How should they go about it?

In this episode, host Nat Malkus talks to Michael Horn about his new book Choosing College: how to make better learning decisions throughout your life. They discuss how students can be better consumers in the college process, and what role parents, guidance counselors, colleges, and policymakers can play in facilitating students’ college decision-making journey.

Related: Choosing College: Can Students be better consumers? | AEI event

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