In higher education, the Great Recession's unlikely impact: an innovation revolution

  • Article by: JUSTIN POPE , AP Education Writer
  • Updated: August 5, 2013 - 9:15 AM

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. — On a warm spring evening, hundreds of investment bankers, venture capitalists and geeky tech entrepreneurs gathered near the pool at the Phoenician, a luxury resort outside Phoenix, for a high-profile gathering of education innovators. As guests sipped cocktails and nibbled hors d'oeuvres, the mood was upbeat.

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elmore1Aug. 5, 13 1:34 PM

Excellent article! Colleges ironically resist progress and embracing new business models. In Minnesota, we need to spend tens of millions to bail out the bloated U of M to freeze tuition for a couple of years. It will be interesting to see who leads the charge in transforming education to stay at par with the rest of the world leaders.

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atoonceAug. 5, 13 4:55 PM

Um, can you repeat the part about the stuff with all the things?

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