The State of Higher Education Finances in 2021
How do the challenges that COVID-19 presents compare to other times of crisis in higher education? What forces have been brewing under the surface of the academy to make this such a difficult time for college campuses to cope with the pandemic? ACTA’s Erik Gross tapped Jonathan Zimmerman, professor of history of education at the University of Pennsylvania, for perspectives.
For acclaimed sports journalist Sally Jenkins of the Washington Post, the Covid-19 pandemic has blown the lid off excessive spending in college athletics and brought higher education to a profound reckoning point. She sat down with ACTA'...
John Katzman's trajectory as a groundbreaking educational entrepreneur has included founding The Princeton Review, the online learning company 2U and, most recently, The Noodle Companies, where he serves as CEO. For many years he has been dedicated to making the ...
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