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Q&A Mellman / Broad / Education Report


It Is No Surprise That Higher Education In The United States And Worldwide Is Going Through Some Major Changes. These Changes Range From Reduced Funding For US Colleges And Universities As They Try To Educate Greater Numbers Of Students About The Implications Of Technological Changes That Have, In Many Cases, Drastically Changed The Way Students Are Taught And Tested. In This Week's Report On Education, Daybreak Asia's Ira Mellman Speaks With Molly Corbett Broad, The President Of The American Council Of Education. At A Recent Gathering Of Educators, She Compared The Changes Reaching College Campuses To The 1944 G-I Bill In The United States, When Returning Veterans Of The Second World War Were Given Greater Access To Higher Education. She Called What Is Now Happening As "An Avalanche Of Transformational Innovation On A Scale Not Seen Since The Passage Of The That G-I Bill.

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