Rethinking on-ramps to higher ed
To stay relevant, higher education has to be willing to meet the needs and expectations of learners and industry leaders. Meeting those needs requires flexibility in how we think about the role of higher education and quite frankly, degrees.
The fast-paced, technology-driven, increasingly automated market has placed pressure on higher education while questioning the very value of the degree and its perception as proxy to employers. Add on the significant entree of alternative educational providers and what do you have? An opportunity to create stackable pathways to life-long learning that serve the needs of learners when they need it most.