What's the Future of Higher Education?

National Association of Scholars

Higher education has undergone massive shifts in the past few weeks as learning has shifted from in-class instruction to online education, students are sent away from campus, and college's prepare for drastically reduced classes in the fall. What does all this mean for the future of higher education? Join the National Association of Scholars for this virtual panel conversation to find out.

What's the Future of Higher Education?

Thursday, May 7, 2020
2 PM EDT

Panelists

Pete Peterson
Dean, Pepperdine School of Public Policy

Tom Lindsay
Director, Center for Education Innovation
Texas Public Policy Foundation

Phil Magness  
Senior Research Fellow,
American Institute for Economic Research

Richard Vedder  
Senior Fellow, Independent Institute;
Professor of Economics, Emeritus, Ohio University;
Board Member, National Association of Scholars;
Author of Restoring the Promise

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