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Read Looking Ahead from an Insider’s Point of View: Six Leaders in Higher Education Weigh In by Catherine Cocks from Inside HigherEd, August 26, 2019. Part of WiFi (What I Find Interesting) Wednesday.

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Below are some of the questions asked from the six leaders:

Looking at issues of diversity and inclusion, what do we need to do to truly have inclusive campuses including, but not limited to, our populations, processes, and institutional climates?

What do you think is the most pressing issue higher education will be facing in the next two to five years?

What do you see as the top three priorities for higher education institutions in the next two to five years?

by Catherine Cocks from Inside HigherEd, August 26, 2019.

Looking at these questions, I would be curious to know what readers believe would be the answers to these, and the other questions, as they relate to their own institutions.

I believe, just from personal experience, that small colleges around the country but especially in the Northeast, will be at-risk of closure if they do not address critical funding issues and their place in the market. What issues do you see that would be interesting to share?

Read Looking Ahead from an Insider’s Point of View: Six Leaders in Higher Education Weigh In by Catherine Cocks from Inside HigherEd, August 26, 2019. Part of WiFi (What I Find Interesting) Wednesday.


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For Your Professional & Personal Development

Consider the following professional development books for your bookshelf:

The Future Of Higher Education: How Emerging Technologies Will Change Education Forever by Lasse Rouhiainen

The Future of Higher Education (Framing 21st Century Social Issues) by Dan Clawson

College Unbound: The Future of Higher Education and What It Means for Students by Jeffrey J. Selingo

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