Not Time Served
Not Time Served
Medical Schools Enter the 21st Century

Medical schools are experimenting with new ways of teaching students, including cutting down on how the number of years it takes to complete a degree. Not a moment too soon.

Not Time Served
Majoring in Time-Wasting

The University of Pennsylvania, will offer a course in the spring of 2015 called “Wasting Time on the Internet.” It is exactly what it sounds like.

Not Time Served
A Sea Change in Legal and Medical Education?

Medical schools across the country are starting to implement three-year degree programs, while more students are trying out legal apprenticeships as an alternative to law school. Is a sea change in professional education on the horizon?

Not Time Served
Students Seeking Skills, Not Degrees

In a rare sign of sanity in higher education, students are doing an end run on the ‘time served’ model of degree attainment at colleges, and instead are attending university in order to pick up only the skills they need.

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