A new literary genre seems to be booming—book-length critiques on the state of American higher education. While a few celebrate American exceptionalism, most lament the decline of higher learning. Whether exuberant or depressed, their tone is rarely tempered. The authors’ demographics suggest why—they are generally at the twilight of their own academic careers, taking one last sh...
Young Americans need to be taught skills, not handed credentials https://t.co/1k1zzrTpy9 via @financialtimes | also see @nebhe Commission Report on Higher Education & Employability https://t.co/fdgyAIvez9 #employability
#HVCNE will leverage @credengine's Registry to reveal #lifelonglearning opportunities that suit the needs of #adults in New England + can help colleges apply #PLA to industry- and employer-awarded credentials. #CAELConf
Our own @cwilliams3990 is in Cleveland today with @credengine & IN Comm for Higher Ed to talk about how #HVCNE can support adult students + improve institutions' ability to understand industry certs/employer-issued creds & apply that knowledge in #PLA. Follow along at #CAELconf!