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It's a big decision for a young person and for their parents: where to go to college? But we often make that decision based on random circumstances like a gut feeling or recommendations from friends.
Kevin Carey, education analyst for The Atlantic, points out half of the country's 18-year-olds who enroll in a college ultimately drop out. He argues for a version of the dating website Match.com to help pair students with the right school.
Kevin Carey, education analyst for The Atlantic