The Washington Post's Valerie Strauss says it's all about the (boring) content.
Richard Lee Colvin at The Quick and the Ed talks about the expenses incurred switching institutions and taking the longer road towards getting one's degree.
Inside Higher Ed notes that A Year After School, Most Say College Is Worth It.
The Chronicle (registration required) explains why financial literacy is the key to success for low income students.
And finally, Eric Sheninger talks about Advancing Mobile Phones as Learning Devices.
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