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11 lessons from the history of higher ed

It is easy to think that the history of higher education is irrelevant to the challenges that today’s colleges and universities face... [T]he history of higher education is filled with important lessons for those interested in envisioning the future of postsecondary education. Let’s look at 11 lessons.

Introducing ChainScript: The resume for the knowledge economy

Goodbye transcript, hello ChainScript.

Reinventing the Humanities Ph.D.

How can graduate schools best prepare doctoral students in the Humanities for an uncertain future?

A National Educational Technology Call to Action

If post-secondary education is to serve as an engine of social mobility, equality, and economic growth, the report contends, the country needs to expand access to affordable learning opportunities not constrained by traditional barriers of time and place.

The Credentials Revolution

Indeed, if the United States is going to meet its goals for post-secondary credentials, non-college credentials – including occupational licenses, industry certifications, and apprenticeship, skills, and vocational certificates, short of an associate’s degree – will play a crucial role. 

Reimagining the College Transcript

At a time when public skepticism about the value of a college degree has intensified – when there are growing doubts about undergraduate engagement and learning – it is more important than ever for institutions to document the knowledge, skills, and abilities that college graduates have acquired. 

Three reasons to hire an art major

We’ve all had that awkward conversation with a parent whose child has just declared a major in the arts. You know the ones—they clearly are on defense because they have been asked too many times: aren’t you worried your child won’t be able to get a job? 

The future is now

Next-generation models of education that tackle higher ed’s biggest challenges head-on – not tomorrow, but today.