Transformations Affecting Postsecondary Education

Focuses on answering three primary questions: (1) How should incentives be realigned and existing public funding be retargeted to make higher education more efficient and to increase graduation rates for students generally and students of color and from low-income families in particular? (2) What are the new, innovative models to deliver postsecondary education that can both lower the cost and increase the productivity of the entire system?; and (3) What options do federal and state governments and the private sector have for increasing funding for higher education?

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