From Degrees to A Lifelong Educational Ecosystem

This is an age of unbundled education and it can be argued that higher education institutions are sleeping giants in this realm. As such, I’ve been grappling with a concept Continue Reading →

Quantification is Not the Key to Academic Excellence, but THIS Is

I just finished giving an opening keynote on mission-minded approaches to assessment in schools. This was to an audience of educators and administrators in Christian schools, so my charge was Continue Reading →

4 Reasons Why Credits & Credentials are Killing College

“Killing” is too strong of a word, but credits and credentials are not, nor have they have ever been, the greatest value of a higher education. That  comes from the Continue Reading →

Can a New Breed of Startup Solve the HigherEd Marketing Puzzle?

There must be a better way. Over the last fifteen years we’ve witnessed the rapid expansion of digital marketing in higher education, and this has implications for students. Universities compete Continue Reading →