“The End of College” and More: Worth Reading for 03.12.2015

Kevin Carey has been one of the more useful non-academic writers on US higher education of the last decade. It’s not surprising then that his recently released book, The End of College, is generating significant attention. Also not surprising is the significant backlash that has been generated in the blogosphere from those that question the role of technology in higher education; each offering criticisms with gaps that you could drive a truck through – but judge for yourself.

Book excerpt: Here’s What Will Truly Change Higher Education: Online Degrees That Are Seen as Official

Critical responses:

MOOCs as torture. | More or Less Bunk The Higher Ed Disruptors Are Still With Us  Silicon Valley’s Thunder Lizards Want to Hack America’s Broken Universities

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