“You shouldn’t measure success by how many students are coming in and even graduating. We should measure success by how many students are getting jobs. Especially, jobs that they study for.”
Said Governor McCrory, Tuesday night at Methodist University’s Spring Entrepreneurial Leadership Summit to a group that included Fayetteville State University Chancellor Anderson and the President of Methodist University.
I believe that people go to school to learn skills that will enable them to be successful in their careers. They’re also choosing to invest a significant amount of money for that education. The schools need to deliver a solid Return on Investment to the students (and anyone else that’s helping to pay for that education).
A rewarding career in a chosen field is a primary metric.