The Higher Ed Bubble Is No Myth
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  • Daniel Fusch

    It’s interesting to see how much conversation there is around the idea that higher education might be the next financial bubble. In a new report “The Other Higher Ed Bubble: The Bubble We Aren’t Talking About” (June 2013), Amit Mrig makes a persuasive case that there is a more significant “bubble” that isn’t being talked about — a “denial bubble.” Mrig gathers data on higher-ed leaders’ denial of what changes will be needed over the next 5-10 years to keep at-risk institutions both viable and competitive.

    The report:

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