Good News About Higher Ed

, Malcolm A. Kline, Leave a comment

And, of course, it’s taking place outside of higher education. As the Family Research Council puts it: “The growth of online courses is a means by which people can opt out of the higher education paradigm and experiment to other tracts. Another hopeful sign is the enduring popularity of biographies and other historical books (much of which is ignored in modern higher education), which indicates peoples’ continued thirst for expanding their knowledge outside of the college paradigm. The expanding popularity of publicly available online lectures and podcasts may provide a glimpse as to what the future may hold for higher education.”