Surprised? Me neither. And that’s part of the problem. [Christian]

From DSC: For those who work within higher education, my guess is that this phenomenon/message comes as no surprise. But for those outside of higher […]

What is the role of the American Bar Association (ABA) in this? [Christian]

From DSC: As I looked at the article below, I couldn’t help but wonder…what is the role of the American Bar Association (ABA) in this […]

An opportunity for Christian and secular liberal arts schools

From DSC: From my perspective, both of the items below are highly-related to each other: Let’s Teach Computer Science Majors to Be Good Citizens. The […]

“Why Aren’t Professors Taught to Teach?” [Ofgang] — and what are the growing ramifications of that? [Christian]

Why Aren’t Professors Taught to Teach? — from techlearning.com by Erik Ofgang Professors are experts in their subject matters but many have limited training in […]

College costs have increased by 169% since 1980—but pay for young workers is up by just 19%: Georgetown report [Johnson Hess]

College costs have increased by 169% since 1980—but pay for young workers is up by just 19%: Georgetown report — from cnbc.com by Abigail Johnson Hess […]

2022 Top 10 IT Issues — from Educause

2022 Top 10 IT Issues   From DSC: Time will tell which institutions have the prerequisite culture of innovation that will help reinvent themselves, stay […]

Why inexperienced workers can’t get entry-level jobs [Morgan]

Why inexperienced workers can’t get entry-level jobs — from bbc.com by Kate Morgan; with thanks to Ryan Craig for this resource Excerpt: As anyone who’s […]

Surviving Among the Giants [Carlson]

Surviving Among the Giants — from chronicle.com by Scott Carlson As growth has become higher ed’s mantra, some colleges seek to stay small. Excerpts: The […]

Reflections on “Is Accreditation a Barrier to Innovation? | ASU+GSV 2021”

From DSC: My answer to the question “Is Accreditation a Barrier to Innovation?” would be “Yes, it is.” But admittedly, maybe that’s because I work […]

Reflections on “Defining the skills citizens will need in the future world of work” [McKinsey & Company]

Defining the skills citizens will need in the future world of work — from McKinsey & Company; with thanks to Ryan Craig for this resource […]

In the US, the AI Industry Risks Becoming Winner-Take-Most [Johnson]

In the US, the AI Industry Risks Becoming Winner-Take-Most — from wired.com by Khari Johnson A new study illustrates just how geographically concentrated AI activity […]

Reflections on “5 Ways Higher Ed Will Be Upended” [Levine & Van Pelt]

5 Ways Higher Ed Will Be Upended — from chronicle.com by Arthur Levine and Scott Van Pelt Colleges will lose power, prices will go down, […]

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