The Value of Higher Education – Jun 9 & 16
Posted by Inside Higher Ed on June 1, 2021
For years, key stakeholders have questioned postsecondary degrees and credentials compared to prior generations. Core factors contributing to this downward trend include the exponential growth in rising college costs and debt, as well as complaints from employers about graduate preparedness.
In this special two-part virtual event, our guest speakers will discuss the critical reforms that higher ed needs to implement to reestablish itself, collectively and strategically, as an essential pathway for individuals to earn a livable wage and to build a better life for themselves, their families and society.
Session One – June 9, 2 P.M. ET
Data and Value: An Unfinished Agenda
Session Two – June 16, 2 P.M. ET
Policy: An Open Window or a Glass Ceiling?
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