Monthly Archives: January 2011

Access Misses the Mark

A focus on Access Across North America there is evidence that earning a post secondary credential results in measurable rewards; both financial and social.  In most cases, employers expect their employees to have a diploma or degree before they will … Continue reading

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Franklin – 250 Years Later

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“As to their studies, it would be well if they could be taught everything that is useful… and their time is short.  It is therefore proposed that they learn those things that are likely to be most useful”   (Benjamin Franklin, … Continue reading

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Five Challenges and Opportunities

Historical Perspective: Centuries of Success Higher education has had a wonderful history.  Since developing an academic charter at the University of Bologna over 900 years ago, to creating what would become Harvard College in 1636, higher education has successfully responded … Continue reading

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