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Just a few months ago, you couldn’t scroll through your email or turn the pages of a newspaper without being confronted with an article decrying the uselessness of a college degree or forecasting the demise of the university. Today–thankfully–we generally agree that there is indeed a future in higher education, though what that future will look like is very much up for debate. Here’s a sampling of views:
“The Future of Higher Education: Colliding Visions,” by Jean Johnson in Kettering Review.
“College 2020,” by Vance H. Fried of The Heritage Foundation
“Reconnecting Higher Education to the World,” by Patrick K. Day in Leadership Exchange (NASPA members only)
What do you think the future holds for higher education?