Higher Education Systems and the Big Rethink
I recall one of the very early conversations among board members at the National Association of System Heads (NASH), where I serve as a senior fellow, at the moment our systems were called to shift to remote instruction in midwinter 2020 in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. NASH is the leading association for public university systems, and the more than 60 systems in 44 states, two-thirds of which are NASH members, educate nearly 75 percent of the nation’s students in four-year public institutions.
Originally published: March 8, 2021
Author: Nancy Zimpher
Position: Former Chancellor, Former President, Former Chancellor
Published by: Inside Higher Ed