The Crisis Cure for Higher Education

National Association of Scholars

The coronavirus pandemic has created an unprecedented fiscal crisis for higher education, and rising calls for taxpayers to bail out our colleges and universities. Should legislators spend money now to save higher education? If so, what reforms should they require from our colleges and universities to make sure that the money is well spent?

Join the National Association of Scholars for a panel discussion to find out. The discussion will build on NAS's report Critical Care: Policy Recommendations to Restore American Higher Education after the 2020 Coronavirus Shutdown; The James G. Martin Center for Academic Renewal's Higher Education After Covid-19; and policy priorities by the American Council of Trustees and Alumni.

This virtual event will take place on June 10th at 2 PM Eastern and feature Jonathan Pidluzny, Jenna Robinson, and Peter Wood, moderated by David Randall.


The Crisis Cure for Higher Education

Wednesday, June 10, 2020
2 PM Eastern

Panelists

Jonathan Pidluzny
Vice President of Academic Affairs,
American Council of Trustees and Alumni
Jenna A. Robinson
President,
The James G. Martin Center for Academic Renewal
Peter W. Wood
President,
National Association of Scholars

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