The biggest danger to U.S. higher education? Losing 20 years’ worth of gains in access for first-generation and minority students
It’s no secret that the coronavirus pandemic poses many dangers to American higher education.
In some ways, the dangers facing individual colleges and universities are no different than those facing the rest of our society and economy — lost revenues and increased costs, leading to program cuts and layoffs, or worse, for many institutions.
Originally published: August 11, 2020
Author: Ted Mitchell
Institution: American Council on Education (ACE)
Published by: The Hechinger Report