Higher ed should not go back to normal--instead, it should use the pandemic's lessons to innovate and reinvent

9 ways to define higher ed’s future by ‘and’ instead of ‘either/or’


Higher ed should not go back to normal--instead, it should use the pandemic's lessons to innovate and reinvent


The COVID-19 pandemic has exacerbated pressures faced by institutions of higher education on aspects ranging from shifting demographics and the “enrollment cliff,” and considerations of cost, student debt and institutional fiscal stability, to issues related to the value of a degree and the ability of higher education institutions to adequately prepare graduates for employment.





Most of these issues are not new and do need to

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