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Higher Ed crisis continues

Economic setbacks from global economic trends and the recession job losses, along with partisan gridlock, have put many states’ budgets into crisis mode overall. It’s not just the states that are under the present control of “cut government costs as...

Higher Ed “bubble”?

I’m most interested in how universities use these fallow years to experiment with technology and new ways of delivering education at a cheaper price. For years, colleges and universities were charmed beneficiaries of both demography, with climbing teenage populations,...

College Calculus: value of a degree today

There is much speculation on what is going on with the US economy, and the stagnant wages, and lack of high paying jobs for the large groups of college graduates the US “puts out” every year. Innovation and automation seems to be having a significant...

A College Without Classes: Competency Based

While the early years of moving higher ed online have expectations only spottily met, the reality is we are still moving towards restructuring of higher education. We now realize how much development of quality online learning capability needs to take place, and that...