It’s no big secret that higher education is in crisis.
According to a study sponsored by Time Magazine and the Carnegie Corporation of New York, 96% of senior university administrators said higher education is in crisis and almost 4 in 10 said the crisis is “severe.” So severe, in fact, that some experts are predicting the brick-and-mortar university model will soon go extinct.
But what are the underlying causes? And, perhaps more importantly, what can universities do?
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