There’s a lot wrong with higher education.
Persistent marginalization of minority groups. Increasing tuition costs. Massive budget deficits. Policies and procedures that foster inequities and solidify barriers to inclusion. A lack of adequate resources for mental health services despite rising cases of mental health issues.
I’m going to spend the next few weeks taking a closer look at higher education. I’m not going to focus specifically on any of those issues I mentioned, though. Instead, I’m going to look at higher education through the lens of some unconventional but remarkably creative programs that have reimagined what higher education can, and in some cases,