New Book By ASU Professer Challenges Idea Of Traditional College Path
Higher education is changing rapidly. Tens of thousands of students attend community college while holding down jobs. Others go to trade school, while some go to liberal arts colleges and universities for four years to get a degree.
In his new book, "There Is Life After College," Jeffrey Selingo, a professor of practice at Arizona State University, writes about moving away from the traditional four-year degree.