Access to higher education has become an increasingly key issue for not just students but also employers, parents, and politicians. The rising costs of tuition, large class sizes, and growing number of unemployed graduates have led many to conclude that there is a fundamental problem with the way higher education is currently run. How do we fix the problem? The Chronicle of Higher Education has written a set of articles addressing many of the challenges that face colleges and universities today.
The ideas proposed run the gamut from changing the way students are assessed to having set tuition rates for students to bringing in more faculty to focus exclusively on teaching rather than research.
Read on these ideas in the Chronicle of Higher Education’s report: College, Reinvented