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HE and the dawn of a new Marshall Plan for Africa

While I agree with Philip G Altbach and Hans de Wit of the Center for International Higher Education at Boston College in the United States, when they write in their recent contribution that the aggressive posturing of United States President-elect ... University World News, 4 days ago

Will Trump make US HE great again? Not likely

Philip G. Altbach and Hans de Wit foresee a bleak future for America's global excellence and competitiveness Donald Trump'shighly unexpected victory is truly a sea change for US politics and society. Its roots, similar to the underlying causes ...
 Times Higher Education Supplement3 weeks ago

Now we face the (temporary?) end of American internationalism

All reader responses posted on this site are those of the reader ONLY and NOT those of University World News or Higher Education Web Publishing, their associated trademarks, websites and services. University World News or Higher Education Web ...
 University World News3 weeks ago

America's watershed elections

After a (too) long campaign, the presidential elections in the United States are coming to an end and on 9 November we will know who has won. Current predictions indicate that Hillary Clinton will prevail. However, recent referenda and elections in ...
 University World News1 month ago

Dr wilson pre-conference plenary presentation

Upcoming SlideShare Loading in … 5 1. STRATEGIES FOR BUILDING A CULTURE OF CONTINUOUS QUALITY IMPROVEMENT (CQI) IN INSTITUTIONS Leon C. Wilson, PhD Alabama State University October 4, 2016 2. Our Workshop Plan  1. BRIEF REVIEW (THINGS ...
 SlideShare.net1 month ago

Why China Can't Innovate

The Chinese invented gunpowder, the compass, the waterwheel, paper money, long-distance banking, the civil service, and merit promotion. Until the early 19th century, China's economy was more open and market driven than the economies of Europe.
 Harvard Business Review1 month ago

Chinese firm buys access to U.S. college admissions officers

Six told Reuters that Dipont employees wrote application essays for students. Another said she altered recommendation letters that teachers had written for students. One student was given access to his high school transcript and erased bad grades, ...
 Prairie Business1 month ago A major Chinese education company has been buying access to US college admissions officers  Business Insider1 month ago Special Report: Chinese firm buys access to U.S. college admissions officers  Town Hall1 month ago Special Report - Chinese firm buys access to U.S. college admissions officers  Reuters UK1 month ago

Free higher education: Unrealistic expectation

Damtew TeferraCorrespondent Free higher education is a myth. There is no such thing anywhere in the world, even in wealthy states like Germany, Finland, Norway and Sweden, which insist that their tertiary education systems are free. In fact, ...
 Zimbabwe Herald2 months ago
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