Monday, June 13, 2016

3 key trends to shape the future of higher ed -Tara García Mathewson, Education Dive

Michael Meotti, a principal at Ed Policy Group, argues for The Evolllution that a focus on talent development, experiential learning and innovative partnerships will help colleges compete in an era of increasing choice for students entering higher education. Talent development marks the intersection between knowledge, which has long ruled higher education, and skills, which help students use their degree to get a new job — and colleges that want to rise to the top of a competitive pool have to excel at developing both. Experiential learning, including simulations and virtual reality, as well as partnerships with community-based nonprofits and other organizations that work for student success, give colleges an advantage in attracting, retaining and graduating students.

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