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A nonprofit, nonpartisan think tank dedicated to improving the world through disruptive innovation.
A nonprofit, nonpartisan think tank dedicated to improving the world through disruptive innovation.

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Another day, another deal. Higher ed is seeing an uptick in M&A activity—but what does it mean? Alana Dunagan's latest piece explores what theories leaders can use to help drive good decisions about mergers. http://ow.ly/EUMl30khokh
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The alternative credential market is growing—should we extend federal financial aid programs to these new providers? Alana Dunagan's latest blog explores why it's a bad idea.
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By definition, online learning is a part of any blended learning classroom. Because of this, it is easy for education leaders to get caught up with the shiny hardware and flashy software at the neglect of the real engines of blended learning success. In his latest blog post, Thomas Arnett discusses the most important element in blended learning. http://ow.ly/wxww30jTY65
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What can higher education learn from Disney 's continued streak of excellence? Alana Dunagan's latest blog explores how institutions can innovate around the circumstances of nontraditional learners. #JobsToBeDone
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There is no clear pipeline for preparing and developing personalized learning teachers. The solution, as many in the field see it, is collective action. While this makes sense on the surface, innovations in other industries reveal the drawbacks of this approach. In his latest blog post, Thomas Arnett explains how insights from the rise of mobile tablets should be a guide for how the field develops personalized learning teachers. http://ow.ly/89ew30jyXQU
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Could Walmart make a splash in Medicare Advantage by acquiring Humana? It has already built capabilities as a self-insured employer that could help it stand out from the competition. https://www.christenseninstitute.org/blog/walmart-lead-way-retail-entrants-healthcare
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Over a million students drop out of college each year. Students who drop out rack up crippling debt without the benefits that come from the earning premium of having a degree. Higher ed institutions also suffer lost revenue due to attrition. Given all this, why aren't institutions better supporting students who have left their campuses to help them get back on track? On his latest blog post, Michael Horn discusses these Forgotten Students. http://ow.ly/KjFT30jrvyy
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Is it feast or famine in higher ed? Colleges are struggling, but the demand for learning has never been higher.

Alana Dunagan's latest piece explores four lessons for traditional schools navigating an evolving market.
http://ow.ly/yXlA30jqCI7
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Just released: Our latest set of case studies highlight four schools utilizing innovative staffing arrangements in conjunction with blended learning to amplify the impact of teachers. Check out how these schools are strategizing funding to rethink staffing arrangements and start thinking about how to better support your teachers and extend the reach of the highest performers. http://ow.ly/E3Nv30jp5t4
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From creating innovation offices to launching a myriad of online offerings, innovation is becoming a major part of colleges and universities’ strategies. But mitigating the risks while maximizing the benefits is no easy task. Michael Horn’s latest blog post provides some tried-and-true tools to help universities manage innovation. http://ow.ly/CWjA30jiIaR
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