At 2 Conferences, Big Claims Are Staked on Higher Education’s Future

Lorenzo Ciniglio

As many as half of all colleges could be in bankruptcy or reorganization within 15 years, said Clay Christensen, 
a Harvard Business School professor whose theories of market upheaval have gained a wide audience.
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When it comes to excitement about the role of technology and entrepreneurship in reshaping education, it’s hard to beat the ASU+GSV Education Innovation Summit, held last month in Arizona, with 2,100 investors, companies, policy wonks, and even...

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