Nurses drive healthcare, but in many instances, there are barriers preventing them from leading the changes that need to be made to advance health for our nation. To that end, the IOM/Robert Wood Johnson Foundation spent 2 years researching what nursing could do for itself and the resulting report, “The Future of Nursing: Leading Change, Advancing Health,” makes eight recommendations to transform the nursing profession and remove those barriers that may prevent nurses from leading change and advancing healthcare. One recommendation calls for nurses to achieve higher levels of education to keep up with more challenging healthcare delivery and advocates that 80 percent of RNs to have earned the BSN by 2020, a lofty goal. What do you think? Is this goal attainable? Is it necessary? Is there value in the BSN over an associate degree? Is an RN an RN, no matter their education?