Next century socioeconomic growth depends on equitable and high-quality digital learning at scale built on streamlined processes throughout a campus
With your help university departments (academe, IT, student services) will effectively direct resources towards measurable returns in:
- increasing gateway course and degree completion
- lowering the cost of instruction
- deliver more equitable learning outcomes for Black, Latinx, and indigenous learners
- improve system improvements in transfer credits between 2Y and 4Y
- expand innovative competency based education
- launch boot-camps for certificate completion in new professions such as coding, cybersecurity, data analysts, etc.
- create learner pathways for poverty-affected and first-generation students
- accelerate professional development as educators improve teaching practices, data analysis, implementation of new courseware, and technology tools
- improve learning outcomes and better serve learners of all ages seeking upskilling
Contributions historically earmarked as endowments will be used to offset costs to design the multi-stakeholder collaboration required for new processes and new programs to launch
Yes, the Horizon Report has showcased specific examples on how institutions readied themselves and executed advancement in program offerings. Now it’s time to highlight and scale those institutional success cases campus-wide and nation-wide then globally.
Federal and state funding only compensates expenses to keep the status quo operational. We are in unprecedented times, where higher education recognizes the perils of competing for enrollment. The sleeping giant workforce is demanding skilled labor – a unique opportunity to unify