Mark Schneider on Whether a Bachelor's Is Still Necessary to Earn Middle Class Wages

Traditionally, the bachelor's degree has been seen as the doorway to the middle class for most Americans, but the recent rise of sub-baccalaureate credentials has been transforming higher education. In this video series, "Breakthroughs in Education and Social Mobility," Mark Schneider, AIR vice president and institute fellow, examines the value of such credentials and whether a bachelor's is still necessary to earn middle class wages.