Reinventing Higher Education for Affordability
Without question, undergraduate education in the United States has an affordability challenge, one that began long before the pandemic. To date, however, no one has come up with sufficiently disruptive proposals to reinvent colleges in ways that contain or reduce the price that students and their families pay -- or the accompanying debt they often must shoulder.
Originally published: October 6, 2020
Author: William G. Durden
Position: President Emeritus
Institution: Dickinson College
Published by: Inside Higher Ed