A newsletter about what’s ahead for higher education. From Jeff Selingo, an expert who helps parents, university leaders, and business executives navigate the changing landscape.
Colleges that made test optional a "temporary policy" during the pandemic are weighing whether to extend it yet again for a third year of applicants. Last week, the University of California decided to close the book on testing.
November 23, 2021
Yes, one expert says. Most colleges are stuck in a vicious financial cycle right now.
November 15, 2021
Unlike the Great Recession, which knocked even wealthy colleges off their footing, the pandemic is only accelerating a great separation in higher ed. The rich got richer over the last 18 months. For some colleges, it will be very difficult to play catch-up.
September 16, 2021
If you’re into non-fiction, have kids in the college search or going off to college, or work in and around campuses, this is the month for books about higher ed.
July 27, 2021