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.
Over the next decade, the federal government is estimated to spend nearly $200 billion on tax credits and student loan interest deductions for #highered. BPC’s task force has ideas to repurpose these funds to make college more affordable. @BPC_Bipartisan https://t.co/U1YniWiQxl