More Trustees Fear for the Future

Rick Seltzer, Inside Higher Ed
More than 40 percent of trustees are now very concerned about the future of higher education, up 14 points from last year, according to a survey. Trustees have grown significantly more concerned about the future of higher education in the last year, according to new polling released today that points to financial sustainability and the prices students pay as top sources of anxiety. And trustees aren’t just worried about the sector as a whole. A majority are also concerned about the future financial sustainability of their own institutions or systems.

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