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Restoring Trust in Higher Education: Making the Investment Worthwhile Again

Restoring Trust in Higher Education: Making the Investment Worthwhile Again (Hardback)

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Leaders from both private and public institutions provide a 360-degree view of the challenges and opportunities facing higher education-and offer a manifesto for restoring relevance and respect. * Applies the research-based and field-tested ROCC of Trust(c) model as a means for providers and consumers to evaluate how an educational institution is addressing key issues regarding the relevance of earning a degree * Shares expert opinions on how to make higher education worthwhile, both developmentally and financially * Develops a call to action showing how institutions of higher education can rebuild the trust they have lost because of skyrocketing tuition costs, declining graduation rates, and persistent underemployment of recent grads * Includes checklists that will help students, parents, and higher education employees assess whether a given institution is worth the money/investment * Offers a calculator that can be used to quantify the payoff from attending various educational institutions

EducationEducation TheoryHigher & further education, tertiary education Publisher: ABC-CLIO Publication Date: 09/03/2017 ISBN-13: 9781440843358  Details: Type: Hardback Format: Books
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Aneil K. Mishra, PhD, is the Thomas D. Arthur Distinguished Professor of Leadership at East Carolina University's College of Business.

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