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Culture, Confidence, and Consumerism in Higher Education

November 1, 2017

Financial pressures and technological innovations all contribute to an unpredictable higher education landscape, but these obstacles can also present opportunities to make a college degree more affordable and accessible. How can should trustees balance the bottom line while keeping their institutions true to their educational missions? The Chronicle of Higher Education’s Senior Reporter and Editor Goldie Blumenstyk shares three decades of journalistic insight on the business of higher education in this episode of Higher Ed Now. From MOOCs to competency-based instruction, Goldie explores the trends shaping the future of colleges across the country. 



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