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Summit on Cost in Higher Education (October 2013)
Click below to view and download various documents from the summit in PDF format.
Click on each speaker's name below to view and download PDF versions of their PowerPoint presentation shown at the summit:
Robert Lytle, partner at the Parthenon Group, predicted a shakeout.
Southern New Hampshire University President Paul LeBlanc warned that higher ed institutions need to rethink business models.
Jamienne S. Studley, deputy under secretary at the U.S. Department of Education, explained the Obama administration's proposals to rein in college prices.
Studley noted that the government hopes to maintain incentives for colleges to serve all students ...
She used the analogy of competitive diving to explain how the ratings will reflect "degree of difficulty" ...
She noted that trustees should make sure investments benefit students ...
And she hailed non-tech innovations such as faculty living in resident halls ...
Responding to a question on whether the system will discourage important but lower-paying careers, Studley said ...
Watch the full speech by Studley below.
Partners HealthCare System President Gary Gottlieb explored how both measure value.
He also urged leaders to take a long-term view of outcomes.
Gottlieb noted the importance or research environment but lamented poor relationship with industry.
He called for sharing intellectual property.
See Gottlieb’s full remarks.
Special thanks to NEBHE Program & Outreach Coordinator Kiley Danchise-Curtis for her video editing.
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