For decades, the high cost of college has limited access to many while sending others into significant debt. Now, as COVID-19 forces many schools to a virtual teaching format, college administrators are finding their costs are soaring while revenues fall. State schools face lower tax-dollar support while many small private schools may not survive. Amid all this uncertainty, technology has emerged as a definite primary ingredient of higher education in the future.
How will COVID-19 permanently reshape the landscape? Join Price School Interim Dean and Schaeffer Center Director Dana Goldman in conversation with Raynard Kington, an expert in education and health policy, on September 24 for a wide-ranging discussion about the future of higher education. Kington is the former president of Grinnell College and former principal deputy director of the National Institutes of Health.