Video: 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?

On Thursday, May 7, 2020, the National Association of Scholars hosted "What's the Future of Higher Education." The event featured Pete Peterson of the Pepperdine School of Public Policy; Tom Lindsay of the Center for Education Innovation and Texas Public Policy Foundation; and Phil Magness of the American Institute for Economic Research. They discussed the changes we can expect in higher education in the coming months and years.


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