Why Companies Value(d) Higher Education

“I recently read the book A Perfect Mess: the Unlikely Ascendancy of American Higher Education by David Larabee.  It’s very good – in fact, the first two chapters are for my money the best short history of pre-1900 American higher education ever written.  I’m going to refer to this book a few times over the next couple of weeks.  But today, I want to talk about an engaging little passage he penned about how business came to view college (that is, American ‘college’, our universities) as an indispensable pre-requisite to white collar jobs …” (more)

[HESA, 5 October]

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