“As enrollment falls and public skepticism grows, some colleges are cutting their prices” [Marcus] + several other items related to higher-education

Udacity’s Train-to-Hire Program Now Available in AWS Marketplace — from prnewswire.com by Udacity; with thanks to GSV for this resource Excerpt (emphasis DSC): MOUNTAIN VIEW, […]

Buyer Beware: First-Year Earnings and Debt for 37,000 College Majors at 4,400 Institutions [cew.georgetown.edu]

Buyer Beware: First-Year Earnings and Debt for 37,000 College Majors at 4,400 Institutions — from cew.georgetown.edu Summary: Did you know that in the first year […]

Can a Group of MIT Professors Turn a White Paper Into a New Kind of College? [Young]

Can a Group of MIT Professors Turn a White Paper Into a New Kind of College? — from edsurge.com by Jeffrey R. Young Excerpt: A […]

A student debt study unravels the American Dream ideal that college will propel you to the middle class [Williams]

A student debt study unravels the American Dream ideal that college will propel you to the middle class — from fortune.com by Bytrey Williams with […]

“The Shrinking of Higher Ed” report + two other items from The Chronicle of Higher Education

The Shrinking of Higher Ed — A Special Report from The Chronicle of Higher Education A special report on the implications of the enrollment contraction. […]

DSC: Will this become a trend within higher education (i.e., more transparent, accurate pricing)?

From DSC: Will this become a trend within higher education (i.e., more transparent, accurate pricing)? Why so many colleges have been resetting their tuition — […]

Coursera is Evolving into a Third-Wave EdTech Company [Feldstein]

Coursera is Evolving into a Third-Wave EdTech Company — from eliterate.us by Michael Feldstein Excerpts: This is the vision of Coursera’s three-sided platform at scale, […]

“How to Stanch Enrollment Loss” [Selingo] + 9 other items related to higher education

How to Stanch Enrollment Loss — from chronicle.com by Jeff Selingo It’s time to stop pretending the problem will fix itself. Excerpt: The latest enrollment […]

Reflections on “How do colleges decide when to schedule courses?” [Seltzer]

How do colleges decide when to schedule courses? — from highereddive.com by Rick Seltzer Dive Brief (excerpt): Two-thirds of colleges are thinking about the courses […]

More Than 3 in 4 Americans Believe College Is Difficult to Afford [Jacobson Snyder]

More Than 3 in 4 Americans Believe College Is Difficult to Afford — from morningconsult.com by Amanda Jacobson Snyder And about half of U.S. adults […]

The Public’s Growing Doubts About College ‘Value’ [Lederman]

The Public’s Growing Doubts About College ‘Value’ — from insidehighered.com by Doug Lederman Americans aren’t questioning the importance of higher education, but they’re concerned it […]

Transfer enrollment declined 13.5% since the pandemic started [Schwartz]

Transfer enrollment declined 13.5% since the pandemic started — from highereddive.com by Natalie Schwartz The National Student Clearinghouse Research Center found that transfer enrollment had declined […]

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