Cancelling student-loan debt will not solve the root cause of surging cost. But innovative financing models could make a positive difference.
Quality transcends any medium. It gets students logged-on early. It deepens learning. And it draws students and faculty together.
The new majority of learners don’t need a costly degree. They need a well-designed, affordable micro-pathway that leads to a high-growth job.
A college education is no longer something that happens to young people in one physical place, during one period of their lives.
Instead of being in the background as a supplement to learning, work experience needs to be central in order to build the future workforce.
What if university brand was no longer the dominant signal of quality for employers evaluating applicants?
Colleges are “responding to student and parent demands for a return on their tuition investment by adding practical training…”
An expansion of the Talent Pipeline Management project will match individuals with dynamic careers and help learners build new skills.
The pandemic’s ultimate and lasting impact will be that it gave higher education permission to consider new ways of thinking and operating.
Forty-four percent of students who sought transfer of credit had only some, or none, of their credit moved to their new institution.