What one person can do by not "paying it forward" when he is wronged--Randall Smith describes such a person as a circuit breaker in this essay for The Catholic Thing.
In "What Do Universities Teach?" historian Charles Coulombe paints a broad picture of education--from its history to the current lamentable situation--and offers suggestions for Catholics trying to navigate the after high-school choices.
Getting married and having a baby are now considered a "capstone" to having successfully graduated college and gotten "established", according to this depressing piece in The Atlantic, "The Luxury of Waiting for Marriage to Have Kids." The non-college grads have more babies out of wedlock than in. So of course the answer is more birth control and more college.