3:54 - Turning Point USA’s Charlie Kirk on the student loan debt crisis.
1:27 - FBN’s Lou Dobbs on American students’ ranking in math, reading and science.
5:01 - Political Prospect editor Kayleigh McEnany and FBN's Charles Payne weigh in on the slumping U.S. teen global academic rankings.
10:08 - Concord River School founder Michael Goodwin on his ‘Rivers & Revolution’ education program.
6:25 - Author Michael McShane and Georgetown University’s Tony Carnavale weigh in on Common Core standards.
2:27 - FBN’s Elka Worner on the Girl Scouts of Greater Los Angeles partnering with the Los Angeles Branch of the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco.
4:08 - WSJ Celebrity Business Reporter Lee Hawkins on college football players suing the NCAA for a portion of media revenue.
7:49 - College Board's Jennifer Ma on new report that shows college prices continue to increase, but at a slower rate
3:34 - Author Deirdre Imus and political commentator Imogen Lloyd Webber on using non-FDA approved vaccines.
3:30 - Education Action Group CEO Kyle Olson on White House efforts to improve the educational system.
6:04 - The Wall Street Journal’s James Freeman and former College Parents for America President Jim Boyle on college’s dropping health-care coverage or raising rates.
6:49 - Khan Academy CEO Sal Khan on the steps to improving education.
3:46 - The Milken Institute Chairman Michael Milken on improving education and America’s obesity epidemic.
3:30 - Americans for Prosperity Texas Director Peggy Venable on the push for national standards in education.
5:27 - Alexander McCobin, Matthew La Corte and Barbie Sostaita of Students for Liberty on the rise of young Libertarians.
5:54 - Chegg CEO David Rosensweig on the company’s expanding line of products and services.
3:05 - New Jersey school board member Chase Harrison on being elected to the Millburn, NJ school board.
4:33 - Zacks.com Senior Equities Strategist Jared Levy and Matson Money CEO Mark Matson on the rising outstanding student loans owed to the federal government and Ryanair’s new racy advertising.
3:52 - Young American’s Foundation Spokesman Ron Meyer on the rise in student loan debt.
5:06 - Sumpto founder Ben Kosinski and marketing specialist John Tantillo on social media influencers on college campuses.
5:00 - Attorney Bill Frumkin and FNC legal analyst Lis Wiehl debate whether banning Christmas carols in schools is unconstitutional.
5:47 - Columbia Business School dean Glenn Hubbard on why Columbia’s business school is rolling out a new marketing campaign.
2:21 - The Mensa Panel weighs in on schools adding new holidays to their calendars.
5:29 - The Mensa Panel weighs in on the relationship between intellectual capacity and capital punishment.
5:44 - Attorney Remi Spencer and FBN’s Charles Payne and David Asman on reports George Washington University wait listed applicants in need of financial assistance.
1:44 - Author Deirdre Imus and FOX News legal analyst Lis Wiehl weigh in on school holidays.
3:55 - Independent college advisor Nancy Griesemer on the technical issues that impacted the common online application.
5:51 - Founder of Studentsfirst.org Michelle Rhee weighs in on the educational systems in Louisiana and New Orleans.
5:45 - Employment law attorney Bill Frumkin and FNC legal analyst Lis Wiehl on a court ruling that interns cannot sue for sexual harassment.
2:40 - FNC’s Laura Ingle on how a new website helps teachers pay for school supplies through crowdfunding.
4:19 - MarketWatch Senior Editor AnnaMaria Andriotis on the costs of college even with a full scholarship.
7:41 - ‘2012 for Twentysomethings’ author Salvator La Mastra and Center for American Progress Action Fund’s Emily Tisch Sussman on today's challenging job market.
5:45 - Former presidential candidate Ron Paul and homeschoolers Jeremiah Burch and Veronica Andreades weigh in on why they think being educated from home is better than attending public school.
3:56 - Former presidential candidate Ron Paul weighs in on public school systems in the U.S. and shares his plan for the future of education.
4:15 - Cato Institute Associate Director Neal McCluskey on what is needed to improve the educational system.
4:32 - Governor’s Fitness Council Chair Jake Steinfeld on efforts to improve children’s health across the country.
5:12 - Life Coach Christine Hassler offers tips for college graduates looking for their first jobs.
2:54 - Boundless Books founder Ariel Diaz on how college students can reduce the costs for textbooks.
6:30 - ‘The College Solution’ author Lynn O’Shaughnessy offers tips for reducing student’s college costs.
4:31 - DIY Degree founder Jay Cross on the new strategy for getting a college degree for a fraction of the cost.
7:49 - Retail analyst Hitha Prabhakar, attorney Adam Thompson and former Treasury Department Senior Advisor Susan Ochs on a Harvard study on women who attend business school.
5:20 - Former Education Secretary Margaret Spellings on the rising costs of a college education.
5:53 - Campus Consultants President Kal Chany and Turning Point USA founder Charlie Kirk offer tips for paying for college.
4:04 - ‘Unintended Consequences’ author Ed Conard on the college majors to avoid.
6:36 - Admissions strategist Steven Goodman and U.S. News and World Report Editor Brian Kelly on the factors to consider when choosing where to attend college.
5:44 - ‘Endangering Prosperity’ author Eric Hanushek on the need to improve America’s educational system.
3:56 - NYC Sociology and Education Professor Richard Arum and Ohio University Economics Professor Richard Vedder on the high costs of a college education.
4:50 - NYC Sociology and Education Professor Richard Arum and Ohio University Economics Professor Richard Vedder on the rising costs of college.
4:12 - Payscale Lead Economist Katie Bardaro on the colleges that land graduates the highest salaries.
3:43 - edX Senior Director of Strategic Partnerships Johannes Heinlein on expanding access to education online.
4:03 - Engineering for Kids CEO Dori Roberts on making math and science education fun for children.
4:08 - Harvard Crimson President Bobby Samuels on a study of cheating among Harvard students.
6:41 - Teisha Powell on what this means for students who would prefer to go with a private lender over a federal loan
3:48 - Cato’s Center for Educational Freedom’s Neal McCluskey on the factors causing a drop in college enrollment.
3:07 - ‘Freddy the Frogcaster’ author Janice Dean on her new children’s book.
6:26 - Motorola Solutions CTO Paul Steinberg and M.E.T.S. Charter School’s Bruce Cerra on efforts to boost U.S. education in science, technology, engineering and math.
6:35 - Sam Caucci says President Obama's plan to make college more affordable is a good start to a big problem but today's college grads are not prepared to enter the workforce
5:44 - Upstart CEO Dave Girouard on matching up college graduates and investors.
11:31 - The cost of college textbooks has jumped 82 percent in the last decade and now students have new alternatives to pricey bookstores, including downloading resource material for free online and renting books at a fraction of the price of purchasing
4:35 - Catlin Schools Superintendent Gary Lewis on why the school district chose to leave the healthier lunch program offered by the federal government.