Kenneth Megan is the associate director for BPC’s Higher Education project where his research focuses on higher education financing and postsecondary student outcomes. Prior to joining BPC, Megan served as an economic fellow at Third Way where he analyzed labor market trends and higher education policy.
He holds a B.A. in economics and political science from Temple University and a Master in Public Policy from the University of Maryland.
A long-term state-federal partnership would help prevent the need to govern-by-crisis in future recessions and provide consistent, targeted investments that promote affordability and reduce student loan reliance.