Thursday, July 7, 2016

Does higher ed suffer from failure to adapt? - Jarrett Carter, Education Dive

Massive layoffs at the University of Chicago are an indicator of a growing problem in higher education: a failure to find revenue and support from unconventional sources. Boyers said capital enhancement is an antiquated system of student recruitment and engagement, and ultimately raises the cost of a college degree without increasing its value. As technology and industry change, classic curriculum and teaching methods are becoming obsolete in professional training and exposure.

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