Universities Should be Rated Based on Output, Like the Rest of Society

“… Yet, higher education institutions – which are one of, if not the most important determiners of our nation’s economic prosperity – are not measured by output. Instead, universities and colleges are measured by a myriad of factors, from campus life and course offerings to SAT scores and selectivity to graduation rates and freshmen retention rates. I believe this needs to change …” (more)

[Elisa Stephens, Huffington Post, 26 May]


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