What Higher Education May Look Like in the Future
By George C. Leef, Jenna A. Robinson
This article appeared in the Winter 2022/23 issue of The Independent Review.
In the next thirty years, a whirlwind of creative destruction will buffet higher education as many employers stop demanding college credentials, learning becomes unbundled, and subject-area mastery supplants the credit hour. This essay predicts that we are about to experience a burst of educational innovation that will force most institutions either to adapt to a far more consumer-driven marketplace or wither away.
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