Alana Dunagan is a senior higher education researcher at the Clayton Christensen Institute. She studies the higher ed industry, searching for affordable solutions that are beneficial for students, educators, and employers.
Alana seeks answers to questions like, “How can we build a system of higher education that reflects the diverse needs of this country, and is more accessible, more affordable, and higher quality?”
In today’s episode of Education Trends, we address just that. We discuss how established institutions can change to meet the demands of the job market and what they can do to better support lifelong learning. We also talk about alternative credentials, training programs, and which innovations are disrupting higher ed.
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