By Andrew Kelly
Last week I wrote about the “college conundrum” and the opportunity it presents for conservatives. The basic argument: college is simultaneously more expensive, less valuable, and more important than ever before. What families need is a more robust set of postsecondary options to choose from, meaning we should focus reform energy on the supply-side of higher education. Lowering barriers to entry and leveling the playing field can free entrepreneurs to build offerings that better suit students’ needs.