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Category Archives: future of education
What can 2020 tell us about higher education in 2021? It’s still too early to really make this call, in some ways. 2020 is too fresh, too close, and too riven by a mixture of fierce political fighting and enormous … Continue reading
Today one of my classes is going to be the first to play an educational game I’ve been working on. It’s an experiment, and I’m very excited to see how it goes. The class is my future of higher education … Continue reading
What happens if we don’t have a COVID-19 vaccine by early 2021? Or 2022? In other words, what might the world look like if the pandemic continues at around the present level for several years? Last week I used this … Continue reading
I wonder if this past week was when American higher education made its major move in the direction of online education for fall term. I don’t mean that 100% of colleges and universities are now wholly virtual. Instead, I mean … Continue reading
ICE rules against international students taking online semesters, gestures towards one academic future
The United States Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agency issued a new policy about international students which could have significant impact on the new academic year. International student access to American higher education and some campus’ financial sustainability each took … Continue reading
People have been asking me to respond to NYU professor Scott Galloway‘s interview on how COVID-19 will change higher education. I appreciate the request, and now finally have a few minutes to share some reactions. There is also a recent … Continue reading
How will the pandemic change higher education? I’ve been exploring and researching this for months now on this blog, with the Future Trends Forum, on Twitter, with my Patreon supporters, through a series of interviews and webinars, and more. For today’s … Continue reading
How will the COVID-19 pandemic change what higher education teaches? buy neurontin online buy neurontin no prescription generic Many of us have been exploring how colleges and universities will conduct their educational mission over the next several semesters. That’s a vital … Continue reading
How might the COVID-19 pandemic ultimately impact higher education? In 2013 I introduced the peak higher education scenario. I’ve developed it further since. Alas, American higher education has generally fulfilled that forecast. Now that COVID-19 has hit, things are getting … Continue reading