In a round of lightning interviews in front of a studio audience at the annual ASU-GSV summit, Michael and Jeff talk with the architects of the biggest deal announced at the conference as well as with leading CEOs and entrepreneurs about the future of traditional colleges and workplace learning.
Harvard University associate professor of public policy Joshua Goodman sat down with Michael and Jeff to talk about his research into how taking the SAT more than once factors into college admissions and what inequities exist in standardized testing patterns.
After a college admissions scandal rocked the world of higher education, Michael interviews Jeff to learn how it happened and what it means for the future of athletics, standardized tests, and admissions.
The president of American Council on Education Ted Mitchell joins Michael and Jeff to discuss his organization’s role in a future where colleges and universities may not have a monopoly on producing content but can lead on quality assurance. Mitchell, a former college president and undersecretary of education in the Obama administration, also talked about … Continue reading Can a 100-year-old Organization Shape the Next Generation of Higher Ed?
Simmons University President Helen Drinan talked to Michael and Jeff about where small private colleges fit in the higher ed landscape and explained how her university bucked the trend of small schools that have failed.
Holden Thorp and Buck Goldstein, authors of the book “Our Higher Calling: Rebuilding the Partnership Between America and Its Colleges and Universities,” talk to Michael and Jeff about the tenuous relationship between higher education and the public, especially the lack of clarity of what roles students, faculty, administrators and government officials should have in that … Continue reading The Eroding Partnership Between Higher Education and the Public
Gov. Kate Brown, D-Ore., joins Michael and guest co-host Paul Freedman and discusses some of the major issues facing higher education including access and affordability, the future of online learning and the growth of apprenticeships.
Trilogy Education Services CEO and Founder Dan Sommer talks with Jeff and Michael about the growing number of partnerships between colleges and for-profit companies like Trilogy that offer skills-based education bootcamps.