American confidence in higher education began waning at just the time that more people began to see colleges as more concerned about their bottom lines than about education and making sure students have a good education experience, according to Public Agenda President Will Friedman.
That was among observations that Friedman made to educators gathered in Boston on Monday at a NEBHE panel discuss...
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